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Rotimi Amechi

29 May
The Minister of Transport, Chief Chibuike Rotimi Amechi, has said the Federal Government investment in the transport sector is the best alternative for economic diversification.
29 Jul 2020
The Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amechi has observed that the investigations of loans taken by the Federal Government could send the wrong signal to the lenders.
10 Feb 2019
Over 300,000 jobs would be created by the Federal Government through the Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC), the Minister of Transport, Mr Rotimi Amechi has said.
8 Aug 2017
The Federal Government has urged the contractors handling Itapke-Ajaokuta-Warri rail line to complete it to allow commercial activities to begin by June 2018.
28 Jan 2017
He said that the Federal Government was negotiating with China EXIM bank to finance the project.‎ “We are negotiating with China EXIM bank and we are convince that this negotiation will end by June,” he said.


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