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Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Calabar-Cameroon Bridge Is Ready For Use

In 2017, Nigerian Govt approved $39m for the construction of the Calabar Cameroon Bridge as part of the 433km Enugu-Cameroon Highway project that was initiated in 1987 to connect the South East with Cameroon. 

The bridge is now complete and ready for use...












40 comments:

  1. Oga Bubu,thank you.
    Please try and do something about calabar-Itu highway. The road is nothing to write home about. Someone will use the whole day to move from here to calabar. A distance that should have taken maximum 2hrs. Thank you in advance

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    1. That is for your state Government NOT Buhari. There are states and federal roads. This is one is a Federal road

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  2. Calabar - itu road they can't fix till now

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  3. The amount of money used in construction in this country can wake the dead. We read how much oyibo and Chinese use to do theirs.

    Anyways, thank God it was completed if not, who will account for it?

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  4. All I see is good and super good comment's... No one is gonna object like they do to the Niger rail

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    1. Why should they object? You've come with your wahala abi?

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    2. Don't mind him, anon. Tomorrow he'll say he's not a Buhari / APC supporter yet his comments betray him.

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    3. My thought exactly deenity sealord no cursing at all, this is okay because it is in South. No noise today.

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  5. Pls remember the Eleme, Akpajo, Onne Area of East West Road and East West Road as a whole.
    T for thanks.

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  6. At least, we the common man don get our own Plan B.

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    1. U no see border checkpoint dia?

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    2. Dem go still allow us enter when e set

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  7. Congratulations to the south easterners, business will move well now.

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  8. PMB try for this one. Good jobπŸ‘πŸ‘.

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    1. It's not PMB doing it is the state government.

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  9. Beautiful.

    This is what we want to be seeing. No be everyday, Fulani killing and hounding of agitators for self determination.

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  10. Interesting so I can trek from Enugu to Cameroon . And also from Calabar to Cameron. This's beautiful.

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    1. Who told you they've completed the highway from Calabar to Enugu?

      *Calabar Cameroon Bridge* 'as part of' the 433km Enugu-Cameroon Highway project that was initiated in 1987..

      34 years ago!!!

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  11. Nice. Something they've done right.

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  12. Nice one, Cameron here we comeπŸ˜›

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  13. Tor remaining Taraba state own oh, the one weh dey Wukari.
    Hmmm Stella one day I will send you some of the pictures of that bridge, each time I'm traveling to Taraba I have to make use of boat before crossing over to the other lane using maximum of one hour to cross the water and to think I was posted there for my PPA

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  14. Nice one.
    Importing and exporting made easy.

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