BUSTED: PDP Used Photos Of Bad Roads In Liberia To Tackle Fashola

This might cause you some migraine: the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) used pictures all the way from Liberia to portray the bad state of roads in Nigeria.

The main opposition party shared the pictures alongside a statement in which it tackled Babatunde Fashola, minister of works and housing, over his comments on the state of Nigerian roads.

Fashola has been in the news lately over his claim that report on roads in Nigeria are usually overrated and that some of the roads are “not as bad as they are often portrayed.”

That comment did not go down well with many Nigerians who took a swipe at the minister and accused him of downplaying the situation.

A federal lawmaker even challenged him to a road tour so he could see things for himself.


In a posted on its official Twitter handle, the shared two pictures of bad roads and another of Fashola, apparently to help drive home the point of the “sorry state” of Nigerian roads.