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Abuja residents laud new light rail service

Some commuters and residents of the Federal Capital Territory have extolled Thursday’s inauguration of the First Phase of the Abuja metro rail line by President Muhammadu Buhari.

New Abuja airport terminal ready by October

The building being constructed by the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) is expected to the completed by August, and be put in use by October, 2018.
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Budget as a tool of underdevelopment

In 2011, a brilliant, fine gentleman from the south-south was elected into the Nigerian senate. He was full of hopes and dreams. At a dinner with journalist friends, he outlined his vision and spoke enthusiastically about pursuing “developmental legislative agenda”.

Federal govt raises concern over kidnapping of expatriates

The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, yesterday, raised questions over the safety of foreign expatriates that will be drafted to work on the $1.5 billion Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge rail project.

Track laying of new Lagos-Ibadan rail begins Dec – Amaechi

The contractor handling the new Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge rail, China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation, is expected to commence the laying of the track in December, the Minister of Transportation, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi, has said.

Why fed govt approved rail line to Daura – Amaechi

The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, over the weekend explained that the Federal Government approved a rail line to Daura because of competition for landlocked countries from Ghana and Togo.

Abuja metro rail ready by December – contractor

China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) says the phase one of Abuja Rail Mass Transit Project will be commissioned by December.

Local contractors excluded from $20bn rail projects

The Federal Government is breaching its own local content policy in the construction of over $20 billion rail tracks across the country, as indigenous firms are being excluded from the execution of the projects.

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