Govs back use of N2trn infrastructure fund to revive economy
The Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF), yesterday, declared support for the use N2 trillion Nigeria Infrastructure Investment Fund to stimulate the economy.
Ekiti begins move to actualise cargo airport
Ekiti State Government has begun move to actualise the state’s agro-allied cargo airport aimed at boosting the state’s agricultural, tourism and educational endowment.
Ekiti collapsed bridge: Reps committee urges contractor to deliver quality job
Chief Femi Bamisile, the Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA), on Sunday, urged the contractor handling the rehabilitation of the collapsed Ureje bridge in Ado Ekiti to deliver quality job.
AfDB to support FERMA with a $10b loan facility
African Development Bank (AfDB) has announced plans to assist the Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA) with a $10 billion loan facility, which will address the funding gap
FERMA assures constant maintenance of Nigeria roads
The Federal Road Maintenance Agency (FERMA) has assured Nigerians of the constant maintenance of 36,000 Kilometers of Federal highways across the country in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Works.
Reps panel refutes alleged plans to scrap FERMA
Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA), Femi Bamisile has refuted claims that a bill before the National Assembly was targeted at scrapping the agency.
‘Access to right credit, price crucial for economic emancipation’
Stakeholders in Nigeria’s financial sector have canvassed that access to the right credit, and at the right price is crucial for economic emancipation and posterity of the nation.
Works Minister Fashola: Roads not that bad?
It was with infinite sadness that I read a statement that was credited to respected Minister of Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola, former governor of Lagos State...
‘Why engineers are needed in Nigeria’s politics’
Association for Consulting Engineering in Nigeria (ACEN) has called for the integration of engineers into the country’s politics, saying that every sector of the economy requires engineering input to grow.