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It was named Third-Mainland Bridge because it is the third of the three bridges that connects Lagos Island with the Mainland – the other two being the Eko and Carter Bridges. The Third-Mainland Bridge is the longest of the three bridges. The project was started and completed by the government of General Ibrahim Babangida. The scheme was built in two phases. Phase one saw construction between Lagos Island and the road interchange at Ebute Metta – a neighbourhood of mainland Lagos – between 1976 and 1980. is the second largest in Africa. And Constructed by Julius Berger Nigeria PLC and inaugurated by President Ibrahim Babangida in 1990. It measures about 11.8 km (7.3 miles) Source by Google Search.

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Gaspard Linouenou Koutchika Is a multiple award winning photographer who was born on 23/06/1974 in the Republic Du Benin and moved to Nigeria in his early childhood age. He started Photography in 2008 and took it up as a career and profession in 2015. His passion for street photography led to his career as a photojournalist where he created a continuous learning platform for photographers in Nigeria and Africa which is known as the Photography Chat Room International (PCRI) in 2015, whic

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