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Thursday, September 24, 2020

Nigeria's FEC Approves $1.96 Billion Rail Contract From Kano To Niger Republic



The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved about $1.96 billion for the award of contract for the development of the proposed Kano-Jigawa-Katsina-Jibia to Maradi rail line in Niger Republic.






The Council also approved the sum of N745.2 million for the procurement of additional eight Field Forensic Auditors for the forensic audit of the Niger Delta Development Commission and another N12.088 billion Umuahia/Bende/Ohafia road with a distance of 45 kilometers.

26 comments:

  1. More almajiris coming into nigeria.

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    1. For boko haram

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    2. They should just add them officially to Nigeria so we know they are part of us nau. No need for the pretence anymore.

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    3. Why can't they fix Lagos Badagry expressway?
      It's over 12 years now!

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  2. They should not link our East to the North... We neva finish taking our medicine for the headache Pa Buhari gave us abeg.

    With the insecurities, they are indirectly opening doors for them.

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  3. What’s the meaning of this??
    They have not finished constructing railroads, effectively connecting all states in Nigeria. There are lots of roads that need reconstruction, expansion, etc why are they going to waste money by this white elephant project??
    Easy access, for their hidden agenda.

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  5. What happened to Cotonou? Why Niger?๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿคฌ๐Ÿคฌ let me go back to sleep.

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  6. Hmmmm,Lobatan,opening border for their brothers๐Ÿ˜ž๐Ÿ˜ž๐Ÿ˜ž

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  7. Father Lord, as if we dnt have them enough here. This bubu and his agenda,na God go save us. Those ppl will now flood here like water. The type of kidnap, stealing, evils etc will be an eyesore. Why??? When our roads are death traps, abi no be bad road cos the horrible accident for Lokoja yesterday? This ppl have no pinch of goodness for us at all.

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  8. I just wonder the economic purpose of that rail project. When public goods such as rail projects are invested in, it is mostly to facilitate economic activities. So was this the best use of our resources? Shouldn’t it have been priority to link major agricultural or other production enterprises to ports for export? Or lay pipes for safer crude or refined petroleum products?

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  9. So rail track no good to pass from Abuja to Enugu, Lagos to Onitsha, Kaduna to Owerri and Aba or anywhere in the east. We now have to build from Nigeria to Niger. Na wa o. There is God o! APC and Buhari, God is watching you.

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  10. Kane to Niger, what for. Why not concentrate on linking our states together first. I don't just understand this government at all. Rubbish

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  11. Yet Calabar Itu road has been a death trap for years now on end.
    During electioneering time,they moved in equipment to the site and moved out immediately after election. Let's see the people that will vote in this APC leadership again come 2023

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  12. Creating easy avenue for his fulani with and kin to all migrate to Nigeria. But why are we surprised, afterall his kin from Niger crossed border to campaign for him during election. This is a clear case of abuse of power.

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    1. I wonder at the surprise. Why do you think all these foreign herdsmen are having a field day in Nigeria now? Killing, kidnapping, spoiling peoples farms, raping etc. They now call them bandits. And they are now spreading to all corners of the nation. Our mumu never do. Shey una know sey 2023 elections dey come and some people are already strategizing.

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  13. I am from the middle belt. I have lived all my life in the core North. This is a very deliberate move which calls for deep concern to the generality of Nigerians not only those in the southern axis cos the brunt of insecurity affects the core North most especially. Can the FG of Nigeria pls explain what necessitated this move and to what end? Cos we are all scared.

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    1. Explain kwa, dey no get una time ooo

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  14. See how our leaders are creating more troubles for us in this country. Na God go judge all those that planned this act.

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  15. Boko Haram rail line?
    ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

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  16. Meanwhile, Apapa Tin Can road needs urgent rehabilitation. People in that region are suffering.

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  17. This brings so many unholy thoughts to mind. May God give our leaders the wisdom to govern the economy rightly.

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  18. When Rotimi Amaechi was made Minister of transport people were laughing at him and saying he thought he’ll be given petroleum minister, little did they know that Rotimi is going to be in charge of Nigeria’s money and resources, they just approved a billion dollar project for him to share with his cohorts and subjects

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  19. Ok o! Kano to Niger, why not Ado Ekiti-Ilesha-Ibadan-Asaba- Onitsha- Aba—CalabarEPZ - Enugu- Lagos! Are these morons for real? I agree that the southern Nigeria protectorate should be divorced from the northern Nigerian protectorate peacefully! They won’t agree because they have no human capital in the north. Almajiris all over!

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  20. Are the southerners in this moronic commitee ok? Selling their birthrights left, right and center for this man’s fulanization agenda. What is the economic purpose of this? Bring more fulani almajiris to beg in Nigeria? Nigerian youths stop the project using Sm #railwithinnottoniger. Just when I thought this man could t do more damage. Is Osibajo sleeping? Amaechi & Fashola were taking a nap? May God help my country of birth!

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