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Federal Executive Council Has Approved The Sum Of $11.17bn For A Coastal Rail Project
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Federal Executive Council Has Approved The Sum Of $11.17bn For A Coastal Rail Project



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uk: Federal Executive Council Has Approved The Sum Of $11.17bn For A Coastal Rail Project

The Federal Executive Council has approved the sum of $11.17bn for a Coastal rail project that is expected to link all of Nigeria’s coastal cities in six years.



Mohammed said that the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, presented two memos which had to do with Federal Government’s commitment to expanding and consolidating on the rail project.


Mohammed said that under the former administration of President Goodluck Jonathan, approval was given but nothing was done.

“Today, the council has given approval to commence the Lagos-Calabar Coastal rail.
2021-08-09 15:35:43

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