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Lagos residents urge Federal Government for road expansion

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Commuters and motorists plying the Sagamu Road, Lagos State, have called on the Federal Government to expand the road. They said that the road, which is undergoing rehabilitation, was too narrow, adding that the plan to make it two lanes serving two-way traffic was faulty. A businessman, Ernest Ogboh, urged the Federal Government to use the road’s setbacks to expand ...

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Federal government reassures investors of infrastructure development

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The Nigerian government has restated its commitment to business development through improved investment in infrastructure. President Muhammadu Buhari gave the reassurance at the inauguration of the 250 million dollars plant of International Breweries Plc, in Sagamu, Ogun State. Buhari said his administration was also focused on creating enabling business environment across the country. He called on international companies to invest ...

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Federal Government vows to expose properties of tax debtors

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The federal government declared in Enugu on Thursday that it had compiled data on property, bank accounts, shareholdings and other income sources of individuals and corporate entities, warning that there would be unsavoury consequences for those who failed to regularise their tax status. Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, spoke at the commencement of the sensitisation campaign on the Voluntary ...

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FG give contractors deadline for Lagos-Ibadan rail project

FG give contractors deadline for Lagos-Ibadan rail

The Federal Government had in the past given the Chinese Civil Engineering Construction Company (CCECC), the contractors of the Lagos-Ibadan Rail Project a deadline of December 2018. Recent conversations have however shown that the company sees the deadline as an impossible one to meet. The contractors are said to be looking into some of challenges that inevitably make it impossible to ...

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