Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Bridge Collapses In Abia State

The infamous Igwu bridge linking people from Ndi Ebe Abam to other towns collapsed yesterday July 1st when a 25 tons tipper carrying gravel pilled all it's weight on it.
Good news;
no lives were lost.

Bad news; as expected, the villagers have been cut off from other towns as a result of the collapsed bridge which served as the only motor-able road through which the indigenes used to connect with other towns, thereby halting their trade.

The indigenes, are appealing to the Arochukwu L.G.A. Chairman and Abia State government to come to their aid, saying people residing in the town have been adversely affected by this mishap.

The people are appealing to the authorities concerned to help them rebuild the bridge in a modern form that will last longer than the former one which was made with irons and planks and maintained by the indigenes for many years.

They also implored the government to help them construct the road which has been neglected for several years.

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