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Osun has no financial commitment to MKO International Airport – AWOL chief

Besides, the state government would earn five per cent of the profit of the airport, Land rent, collect tax and other necessary dues would be committed to the government before the transfer.

Intermodal transportation will reduce fares, create jobs – Amaechi

The Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi, on Monday said the development of intermodal transportation would reduce fares and create more jobs in the country.

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