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Monday, July 31, 2017

Julius Berger Has Abandoned Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

The Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing has announced that Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has finally suspended work on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.



The sad development was not unconnected with delays in the payment of agreed contract fees for work already done.

Checks have shown that the contractor handling the reconstruction and expansion works on the Section II from the Sagamu interchange to Ibadan, Reynolds Construction Company Nigeria Limited, with Contract No. 6205, had suspended further work on the project due to an outstanding debt of N8.94bn.

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19 comments:

  1. Where are the already recovered loot???

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    1. With all the recovered loot Federal government is still owing ordinary 8 billion naira. mtscheeew!

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    2. Why na, dis is very bad.

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    3. Fashola, get in here. We the honourable bvs have qwenshion for you

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    4. And this same govt wants to buy cars worth 6billion naira for the so what Representatives.

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  2. Why won't they fold up.. When they refused to pay them




    @ANONYMOUS ORUBEBE

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    1. @Bro Solo "Makinde "


      Okey


      Wa WA alright




      @ANONYMOUS ORUBEBE

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  3. I'm very sure nobody is surprised....FG has been failing us since 1960...
    It's well my country people

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  4. THEY should USE THE MONEY DIEZANI returned to pay..

    Very easy

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  5. Fashola get in here. Why have you not paid them to finish this work?

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  6. This isn't true. I plied that road Friday to osun and back to Lagos yesterday and I still saw Julius Berger trucks working. People just imagine things and say it out. Fine I agree it could be faster than it is but it hasn't been abandoned.

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    1. JB threaten to abandon the project if not paid.... I used that road on Friday and Saturday to Rivers state.

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  7. The government should pay with the $50m recovered from ikoyi flat.
    Must we as a government always disgrace ourselves?
    Mtcheeeeew!

    Just Krix!

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  8. There are so many ignorant people on this blog oh....where were you all when the National Assembly cut down the budget viz a via allotted amount to the Ministry of Works????

    Fashola made noise about this but the greedy senators turned deaf ears, now the result is staring us all in the face...If this gvot fail, the NASS will be the cause I tell you.....i hope you all heard that they planned to spend 61billion on cars while we have projects being abandoned


    "Morgana was here"

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  9. This is the real Gobeeee.....that road don suffer die.....hmmmm

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  10. This government ehnn, the more you hear, the less you see. We hear of billions being recovered from looters, but we don't know where the money is or what it's used for....smh

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  11. Those people were really working at a fast pace o govt should try n do something abeg

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