Nigeria: Buhari Inaugurates 157km Lagos-Ibadan Rail Project for Full Commercial Operations

10 June 2021

President Muhammadu on Thursday in Lagos commissioned the $1.5 billion Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge railway project for full commercial activities four years after the ground-breaking.

The President, while flagging of the 157 kilometres railway project for full commercial operations at the Mobolaji Johnson Railway Station in Alagomeji, Lagos, pledged the commitment of his administration to the continuous infrastructural development of the country.

He added that rail transportation remains a key component of the overall transportation master plan, adding that on completion, the various ongoing rail projects will provides thousands of direct and indirect jobs for Nigerians.

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