Speaking during the presentation of cheques to the communities, Governor Yahaya Bello, said his administration would continue to fund the agency to enable it to provide critical infrastructures in the communities across the state.
The opening paragraph of the section on the ‘Economy’ of the manifesto of one of the presidential candidates (for Nigeria’s general elections 2023) says: “The structural model upon which our national economy
Besides, the government said one of the undoings of the transportation sector is unregulated taxation, which has made the cost of doing business in Nigeria very high
Transportation being a vehicle for economic growth through in-country and cross-border transactions is enhanced by quality road design and inclusiveness in the master plan.
No fewer than 20 road, education, health, media and agricultural projects will be inaugurated during the second anniversary in the office of the Bayelsa State Governor, Senator Douye Diri
19 Jul 2021
Except built environment professionals, especially cost experts are recognised in national development, the recovery of the economy would remain a mirage, quantity surveyors
29 Mar 2021
The scale of investment in critical national infrastructure - rail, road, and power, being witnessed in Nigeria today, is unprecedented and commendable. However, to make a success of large-scale investments
15 Oct 2020
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved Nigeria’s contribution of $2 million to the 2020 budget of the West African Power Pool (WAPP)...
18 Aug 2020
The Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, Mr Olukayode Popoola, on Tuesday said an indigenous contractor had moved to site to begin clearing of drains on 14 major roads across Lagos
23 Jul 2020
The Oyo State Executive Council has approved the issuance of an N100 billion private bond tagged, “Oyo Prosperity Bond,” to facilitate the execution of priority projects for economic development
30 May 2020
Across the world, as countries and economies slowly reopen, Africa lags behind. We were last to experience the coronavirus- and we expect to be the final continent to flatten the curve.
18 May 2020
With many factories and businesses closed, combined with fewer cars on the road and planes in the sky, the natural environment is recovering slowly