Motorists plying the Lekki-Ajah expressway can now enjoy the ease of road usage around the corridor as portions of the road earlier closed for reconstruction, have now been opened.
The reopening is coming on the instruction of the Lagos state government.
Before and during the construction exercise, some motorists along the route have complained that the roundabouts along the Lekki – Epe expressway have been a menace to them owing to their large sizes.
The removal of the roundabouts was part of the junction works and traffic system management designed by the present administration of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode.
It is also part of the urban clean-up project started in August 2016.
The government had set up a committee to commence the elimination of illegal structures and shanties, street hawkers, as well as those who have converted walkways to trading points and food courts on the island.