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FG processing release of Sukuk Funds for road projects – DMO

More funds should be available to improve road networks in Nigeria soon. The Debts Management Office (DMO) says the Federal Government is processing the release...

$2900 bn required for Nigeria’s infrastructure development – Ex-Minister

Former Minister of Budget and Planning, Shamsuddeen Usman, said about 2,900 billion dollars was required for Nigeria’s infrastructure development from 2014 to 2044. Usman made...

Project Development: Sokoto, World Bank explore areas of mutual cooperation

The North West of Nigeria will be getting more assistance from international development partners. This is evident from the agreement between the World Bank and...

Minister laments rising cost of infrastructure maintenance in Abuja

FCT Minister, Bello Muhammad, has said that residents of the territory may have to pay for infrastructure as government could no longer continue to...

Delta community begs NDDC to complete abandoned road project

Youths of Aballa-Uno community, Ndokwa East Local Government Area, in Delta, have appealed to the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) to complete the 15.5...

We have completed 41 road projects in two years – Abia

The current Abia state government has completed 41 roads since it's inception. This fact was made known on Sunday by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of...

Enugu government approves N1.5bn for rehabilitation of 14 roads

Enugu state is getting a face lift. The State Executive Council has approved N1.5 billion for the rehabilitation of 14 critical roads in Enugu metropolis...

We’ve concluded plans to reintroduce toll gates across Nigeria – Fashola

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, said the Federal Government has concluded arrangements to reintroduce toll gates in 38 points across...

Road users lament slow work pace on Lagos-Badagry road

Road users have lamented the slow pace of expansion and reconstruction work on the Lagos-Badagry expressway, saying it has increased the hardship daily experienced...

It’s survival of the fittest as gridlock suffocates businesses in Apapa

The Port of Lagos is located in Apapa and is the main inlet of goods and raw materials into Nigeria. The addition of Tank...