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Lagos-Kano, Lagos-Calabar Rails To Generate 250,000 Job Openings – Minister

Ikeja railway line

The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, said on Friday that the Lagos-Kano Rail project would be completed in the next two years. Mr. Amaechi, who said this while inspecting the Abuja-Kaduna rail project in Kaduna, added that it would generate employment for 250,000 Nigerians. He said the ongoing rail project from Lagos-Kano and Lagos-Calabar would generate more employment than the ...

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FG To Create 7 New Corridors For Railway

Amaechi pledges to complete ongoing rail projects, seeks cooperation

The federal government has said that it will create seven additional rail corridors of standard gauge railways under the public-private partnership (PPP) initiative, as part of its efforts to modernise and expand railway transportation in Nigeria. This is as the government said it will soon sponsor five bills for passage by the National Assembly in order to open the space ...

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Amaechi pledges to complete ongoing rail projects, seeks cooperation

Amaechi pledges to complete ongoing rail projects, seeks cooperation

The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has pledged to complete all ongoing rail projects around the country and extend rail lines to all parts of the country. Mr. Amaechi made the pledge during his first day in office as minister shortly after his inauguration by President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja on Wednesday. He said he would resume work fully on ...

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Buhari assigns Ministers; Babatunde Raji Fashola heads Power, Works and Housing

Fashola explains why power supply is poor nationwide

The long wait has finally come to an end as President Muhammadu Buhari today assigned his newly-appointed ministers offices. The ministers took turns in groups of four to take their oath at the presidential villa. The immediate past Governor of Lagos state, Babatunde Fashola, has been assigned the Minister of Power, Works and Housing while the immediate past Governor of ...

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