Amaechi reiterates December completion date for Lagos-Ibadan railway
The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has again assured Nigerians that the Lagos-Ibadan railway will be delivered December this year. The minister, who confirmed 60 per cent status of the project during his monthly tour, said 12 kilometres of the 156-kilometre track had been laid by the contractor, China Civil Aviation Construction Company (CCECC). The…
Breathing life to comatose rail transportation
Not long ago, the Abuja-Kaduna leg of the train system became fully operational, while work is ongoing on Lagos-Ibadan leg, and the Itakpe, Kogi State to Warri, Delta State is to come on stream by December 2018.
CCECC, doctor bicker over treatment of injured worker
The Medical Director of Best Medical Centre in Ketu-Ijanikin, Dr. Martins Udobi, is seeking justice over what he called “unfair treatment” by CCECC, a Chinese construction firm.
FG redesigns N40b Rivers, Abia road project
Determined to ensure that water channel on the road gets a safe discharge point, the Federal Government has confirmed the re-design of the Rivers, Abia road project, which is expected to gulp N40 billion.
The good, bad and ugly of air travel sector in 2017
Without doubt, it was indeed a fairly good year for the aviation industry in Nigeria. It was quite defining for policies and what to do with infrastructural deficit.
We’ll commence laying of tracks on Lagos-Ibadan rail line by next month, says Amaechi
I challenge anybody to show me anywhere in the world where railway lines are built by private funding business. For them, it does not make any economic sense for a private business to put money in railways.
Let us send Keyamo to China
At last, our young friend, Festus Keyamo, has been honoured with the laurel of Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, the highest honour of the legal profession in our country.
Lafarge Africa, CCECC partner on safety practices in construction industry
Lafarge Africa Plc and China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) have partnered on a safety awareness programme for over 100 CCECC employees.