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Monday, May 18, 2020

Second Niger Bridge Taking Shape

Work on the Second Niger Bridge is progressing well....

The Second Niger Bridge construction is a Nigerian federal government project and is 1.6 km-long and furnished with other ancillary infrastructure including a 10.3 km highway and a toll station.





 





33 comments:

  1. GIFT? These people are mad. When did using our Money to provide what we need a gift? This mentality needs to change for Nigeria to move forward.

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    1. STFU. All the idiots that have been stealing your so called money, what have you done about it?

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  2. Why should it be a gift? It's his duty to do whatever he's doing and he isn't doing it from his pocket.
    Bashir be guided.

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    1. Don't be silly!you all will never see anything good in anything Buhari does. GEJ as couldn't even erect a single pillar there after getting enormous support from the south East. He couldn't do one project the south eastern people yearn for the most. Now, Buhari is doing it even though he doesn't have rarely gets support from the east and you're here spewing nonsense.

      If this manages to complete this bridge, it'll really big a big thing done by him for the people across the Niger.

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    2. Yes he couldn't do one thing there because he was stupidly wasting all resources on the North who still turned out to cast him out.

      And for the love of God, the bridge would really be a good thing but to call it a 'gift', oh please.


      You guys will blindly defend everything and anything.

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    3. U're wrong dear! What the south-east yearn for most is a commercial sea-port... The stress of going to lagos is much.

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    4. But the second Niger bridge was not awarded by this government. It had already started before GEJ left office. Building a this bridge is not a gift to anyone, people pay tax for a reason. Every businessman in Onitsha which is the closest pays their tax to the last. Our government should learn to carry out their responsibilities to the people be it in the north/south/east without bragging as if it’s a favor.

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    5. 🀣 some people shaaaaaa. So the government using your tax money and funds from crude oil to provide the necessary basic amenities that were are entitled to is now a gift thing or Huge thing to be amazed at?

      Wow 😳, see the way someone is roasting TMW. Please do the needful and tell yourself the truth and stop wallowing in whatever it is you are in. The government is yet to do anything fantastic, let’s all be realistic. After providing us with our ‘entitled’, emphasis on the entitlement because we deserve it being that our pay checks and purchases are being taxed with the intent of building public infrastructures. After providing us the basic amenities, whatever they do beyond that can be regarded as WOW.

      Till then, nothing moves me.

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    6. @Jamesfantasy, you are right. Imagine only Lagos sea-port is servicing the whole of Nigeria. Na why traffic too much. I wonder what the govt is thinking. Its really sad.

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  3. Why is he sounding like a bridge is a privilege or isn’t good govt is supposed to provide basic infrastructure like a bridge for the masses?

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  4. Long overdue.😏😏😏

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  5. People will definitely appreciate it but this nigga needs to stop sounding like Buhari is spoiling us with a bridge.We are supposed to enjoy these things na.

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    1. Why have you not been enjoying it all these years. ?

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    2. Preparing towards 2023

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  6. This Bashir Ahmad must be very stupid for calling it a gift. A gift because Buhari is constructing the bridge with the money from the sells of his cow? Anuofia Bashir Nkita ga aracha gi anya

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  7. only a govt that does nothing will make doing a bridge sound like everything.

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  8. Really looking forward to when this will be finished and functional.

    The traffic at the head bridge is becoming unbearable.We also need it to be a port,so as to de-congest that of Lagos.

    Kudos to the government.

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    1. Lagos really needs decongestion. Traffic eko ti poju.

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  9. Lol, still far from completion...
    Honestly praying that they are dedicated to completing this project before Buhari's tenure expires because new government leads to "abandon project"...

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    1. This one he is calling the bridge a gift and they haven't even finished it,I hope it wont be abandoned when PMB leaves office .

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  10. Lol, still far from completion...
    Honestly praying that they are dedicated to completing this project before Buhari's tenure expires because new government leads to "abandon project"...
    Chizzy j.

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  11. Atleast that would be the one best visible thing we would see them do

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  12. Kudos to the government.

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  13. Where are the opposite people ?
    They will still see something to complain about.

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    1. Back off from this post. Do you know what PPP is or means?

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  14. Well done president buhari!may God continue to grant u the wisdom to navigate the affairs of this country

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  15. Who is building it? China
    Or Julius Berger

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    1. With Bridges of this magnitude, it must a very good construction company.

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