NIGERIA APPROVES ABUJA LINE

On 23 September, Kaduna provincial governor Namadi Sambo announced that construction of a railway linking Kaduna to Abuja had received approval by the Federal Government. The expected cost of the project was not disclosed.

[ Abuja, the capital of Nigeria, currently has no rail connection. – editor

5 Responses to “NIGERIA APPROVES ABUJA LINE”

  1. isaac October 10, 2009 at 01:33 #

    for heaven sake…what is wrong with nigeria?
    is the so call president Umaru musa Y’aradua, paying peter to rob paul?

    kaduna is not better than the southern cities of lagos ,port-harcourt, enugu,benin-city etc. but this pure descriminating decision of this fail government.,it leadership mostly from northern extraction believes , they should do all they can now, to develop thier so-called northen states first, before considering the south. As it has been rumoured from all angles that the country may splits in years to come,

    But this northern selfish politicians ill-advising Ya’radua, fails to cast back thier mind that, if former Ruler, President Olusegun obasanjo considered their intent, he will only link, the entire wet-east states of nigeria with the $8.5billions dollars he signed with the chinese, of which the so-called 7-pointless agenda administration suspended for just no tenable reasons. let thank God hat the roject neve see the light at the end of the turnnel.

    Well, We in the south thank God Almighty, that the basic crudes for oil, solids minerals are not based in the north, God knows how we in the south could have been treated.

    Finally, i just want to advice my fellow good citizen of Southern nigeria that, The entire north are pursueing thier inglorious selfish agenda, we should pleas for once join forces in having a holistic development railways network master plans that will cut across every 3 senatorial districts of the entire south-west,south-east,and the south-south regions.

    God Bless the initiator of Odua Rails,hope it come to reality…i do hope my fellow brothers and sisters in the east, and south-south will also reason with my plights towards the improvemnet and effecients transportation that could match the 20th century,am talking about.

    Let wake up, we in the south ,from our lazy couch, the world is not waiting for us.

  2. isaac October 10, 2009 at 01:33 #

    for heaven sake…what is wrong with nigeria?
    is the so call president Umaru musa Y’aradua, paying peter to rob paul?

    kaduna is not better than the southern cities of lagos ,port-harcourt, enugu,benin-city etc. but this pure descriminating decision of this fail government.,it leadership mostly from northern extraction believes , they should do all they can now, to develop thier so-called northen states first, before considering the south. As it has been rumoured from all angles that the country may splits in years to come,

    But this northern selfish politicians ill-advising Ya’radua, fails to cast back thier mind that, if former Ruler, President Olusegun obasanjo considered their intent, he will only link, the entire wet-east states of nigeria with the $8.5billions dollars he signed with the chinese, of which the so-called 7-pointless agenda administration suspended for just no tenable reasons. let thank God hat the roject neve see the light at the end of the turnnel.

    Well, We in the south thank God Almighty, that the basic crudes for oil, solids minerals are not based in the north, God knows how we in the south could have been treated.

    Finally, i just want to advice my fellow good citizen of Southern nigeria that, The entire north are pursueing thier inglorious selfish agenda, we should pleas for once join forces in having a holistic development railways network master plans that will cut across every 3 senatorial districts of the entire south-west,south-east,and the south-south regions.

    God Bless the initiator of Odua Rails,hope it come to reality…i do hope my fellow brothers and sisters in the east, and south-south will also reason with my plights towards the improvemnet and effecients transportation that could match the 20th century,am talking about.

    Let wake up, we in the south ,from our lazy couch, the world is not waiting for us.

  3. isaac October 10, 2009 at 03:33 #

    for heaven sake…what is wrong with nigeria?
    is the so call president Umaru musa Y’aradua, paying peter to rob paul?

    kaduna is not better than the southern cities of lagos ,port-harcourt, enugu,benin-city etc. but this pure descriminating decision of this fail government.,it leadership mostly from northern extraction believes , they should do all they can now, to develop thier so-called northen states first, before considering the south. As it has been rumoured from all angles that the country may splits in years to come,

    But this northern selfish politicians ill-advising Ya’radua, fails to cast back thier mind that, if former Ruler, President Olusegun obasanjo considered their intent, he will only link, the entire wet-east states of nigeria with the $8.5billions dollars he signed with the chinese, of which the so-called 7-pointless agenda administration suspended for just no tenable reasons. let thank God hat the roject neve see the light at the end of the turnnel.

    Well, We in the south thank God Almighty, that the basic crudes for oil, solids minerals are not based in the north, God knows how we in the south could have been treated.

    Finally, i just want to advice my fellow good citizen of Southern nigeria that, The entire north are pursueing thier inglorious selfish agenda, we should pleas for once join forces in having a holistic development railways network master plans that will cut across every 3 senatorial districts of the entire south-west,south-east,and the south-south regions.

    God Bless the initiator of Odua Rails,hope it come to reality…i do hope my fellow brothers and sisters in the east, and south-south will also reason with my plights towards the improvemnet and effecients transportation that could match the 20th century,am talking about.

    Let wake up, we in the south ,from our lazy couch, the world is not waiting for us.

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