Delta: We voted you, repair our road in Aladja – Keke riders tell Gov. Oborevwori
Commercial tricycle operators in Udu Local Government Area of Delta have called on the state government to urgently repair the DSC/Aladja road to ease the suffering of residents of the area.
The Keke operators said they voted Governor Sheriff Oborevwori into power during the 2023 general elections and deserve to benefit from the largesse of the current Peoples Democratic Party, PDP government.
In a chat with the Daily Post, the commercial tricycle operators lamented that the road is in a very deplorable state and has destroyed their tricycles and other vehicles plying the route constantly.One of the tricycle operators, Ese, also known as White, lamented that Keke riders were going through stress and suffering while plying the road.
Another rider, identified as Kenneth, said if the governor repairs the road, the indigenes of the Aladja community will give his administration 100% support to succeed.
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