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Sixteen Highways Undergoing Re-Construction and Junction Improvements – Sanwo-Olu

As traffic Improves Around Allen, Maryland, Ikotun In line with his administration’s traffic management agenda, Sanwo-Olu awarded contracts for the re-designing and construction of the identified traffic-prone spots across the State. Sixteen highways are currently undergoing re-construction and junction improvements. Three of the six junctions captured in the first phase of road improvement programme have …read more →

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Nigeria: Abdulrazaq Proposes ‘Social Audit’ For Kwara Projects

Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has proposed a social auditing process — the first in Nigeria — that allows civic groups and communities to monitor government projects in the state to ensure that quality jobs are done.  AbdulRazaq said the social auditing he proposes would see civic groups and communities monitoring projects and issuing independent …read more →

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Nigeria Set to Produce Bitumen for its Roads Construction

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari, has approved a new policy on local production of bitumen to further diversify the nation’s economy. The Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola (SAN), disclosed this at the end of the Council meeting which lasted for over eight hours on Wednesday. He said …read more →

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Governor Abdullahi Sule Applauds FERMA for Maintaining Roads in Nasarawa State

The Executive Governor of Nasarawa State, Engr. Abdullahi Sule, has applauded Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA) for the wonderful maintenance works it has done and still doing in Nasarawa State. The Governor gave this applause when he paid a courtesy call on the Managing Director of FERMA, Engr. Nuruddeen A. Rafindadi, FNSE, in his office …read more →

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FERMA Partners United Kingdom Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility for Technical Support

The Managing Director, United Kingdom Nigeria Infrastructure Advisory Facility (UKNIAF), Prof. Chidi Onyia, led a team of representatives of the organization on a courtesy visit to Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA), recently to seek for technical partnership with FERMA. Prof. Chidi, in his introductory remarks, said the objectives of the programme includes; funding Federal road …read more →

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African Development Bank to Assist FERMA with Loan for Road Repairs

African Development Bank (AfDB), through its transport sector identification mission, seeks to assist the Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA) with loan facility to address the funding gap in the road repair efforts of the Agency. This was revealed when a delegation led by Dr. Abayomi Babalola a transport Specialists/Consultant to the Bank visited the Agency …read more →

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Contractors to Resume Work At Bodo and Bonny Road Project Soon – NLNG

The Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas, NLNG, has said that plans are on the way for contractors to resume work at the Bodo and Bonny road project. The Managing Director, Nigeria LNG Mr. Tony Attah,  promised that works will resume at the sites under a revised COVID-19 protocol to ensure safety of personnel and continued sources …read more →

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AfDB Commits $13m More to Abidjan–Lagos Motorway Corridor Development Project

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved additional US $13m for the implementation of the Abidjan–Lagos motorway corridor development project. The loan, which will particularly be used to cover part of the costs related to the study of the project, was requested by ECOWAS commission on behalf of Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria, the West African …read more →

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Lagos 4th Mainland Bridge: Julius Berger, CCECC, 8 others Scale First hurdle

Julius Berger and Chinese construction firm CCECC Nigeria Limited and eight other companies have been shortlisted by the Lagos State government to participate in the construction of the proposed fourth mainland bridge. Chief Press Secretary to the state governor, Gboyega Akosile said the 10 companies were shortlisted from the list of 32 eligible firms that …read more →