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Federal government set to link Ado-Ekiti and Oshogbo by rail

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The minister of transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, on Tuesday, May 15, said that Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti state capital, will be connected to Lagos-Kano rail line just as he signed a $6.68 billion dollars contract agreement for the Ibadan-Kaduna segment with China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC). Amaechi said at the signing ceremony in Abuja that Ado-Ekiti would be connected with a ...

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Construction issues disrupt Abuja rail system

Construction issues disrupt Abuja rail system - Nigeria Real Estate

The 45-kilometre long Abuja Light Rail is ready for operation but minor construction problems at the new terminal of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) which is delaying the takeoff of the rail system, Daily Trust learnt. This is even as prospective investors have started scrambling for available land opportunities to set up residential and commercial properties at some of ...

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Doctor calls out CCECC over failure to pay medical bills of their staff member

CCECC called out by doctor over failure to pay medical bills

The Medical Director of Best Medical Centre Limited in Ketu-Ijanikin, Doctor, Martins Udobi, is crying for justice over what he called “unfair treatment” by CCECC, a Chinese construction firm. Udobi said the firm brought one of its staff that was almost disabled due to a severe accident suffered during active engagement with the company, claiming that after successfully treating the ...

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Ibadan-railway line – Ameachi discloses reason for delay

Ibadan-railway line - Ameachi discloses reason for delay

Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has explained why the Lagos-Ibadan-railway project has not been completed. He revealed that the relocation of the oil and gas, water and sewage pipes on the road was responsible for the delay. Amaechi disclosed this in Ibadan, at the monthly meeting of the Lagos-Ibadan-Railway line Project Steering Committee. He said the Federal Government was carefully ...

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