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Infrastructure: Ogun government to set up road fund

The Ogun State Government, on Tuesday, hinted that the had commenced work on the establishment of road fund, to ensure that its investment in the infrastructural development does not go down the drains.

Kano government, World Bank to construct 500km rural roads

Kano State Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the World Bank to construct 500 kilometres of roads in rural areas of the state.

World Bank lists Ogun among RAAMP beneficiaries

The World Bank has announced the admission of Ogun State into the development partners-sponsored Rural Access and Agricultural Marketing Project (RAAMP), which is to run for the next five years.

Sokoto, Ogun, Abia, Akwa Ibom, 14 other states to benefit from World Bank fund

The Federal Government has listed 18 states that will benefit from the $500 million World Bank assisted project.

18 states to benefit from $500m World Bank projects

Mr Ularamu Ubandoma, the National Coordinator, Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP), says 18 more states will benefit from 500 million dollars World Bank assisted projects.

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