Third Mainland Bridge in the eyes of a ‘Drone Guy’
Drone. Artificial Intelligence. High Definition. 3D. What gives these texts a niche? Tech it is. Tech is what has relegated our orthodox way of living life. Ask banks and supermarkets. You will get the answers in Google, Bing and Baidu.
Tech has been so effective in the image and sound industry. Taking pictures is evolving into more complex planes.
Today, at Wheel NG, we present you the beauty of the second longest bridge in Africa – Third Mainland Bridge – in the eyes of a drone guy, Just Debola.
The Third Mainland Bridge is located in Lagos, Nigeria, and it is one of three bridges linking the mainland part of Lagos to the Lagos island. The other two are Carter and Eko bridge. It was commissioned by then military head of state, Gen. Ibrahim Babangida on his birthday – 17th August, 1990.
From Oworonshoki, the bridge takes it mark over the lagoon, stretches into University of Lagos water front, Maroko sandfill before descending into the Adeniji Adele interchange.
Officially, the bridge is Ibrahim Babangida Bridge, but you rarely get to hear the bridge being called that moniker.
Third Mainland bridge was the longest bridge in Africa, until the 6th October bridge in Cairo, Egypt was commissioned in 1996.
Note: The featured image was created by @JustDebola with his drone.
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