On 6 May, the Nigerian government signed a $US13.1 billion 'framework contract' covering the construction of a new 22-station southern railway running 650km south-eastwards from Lagos to Port Harcourt, then east to Calabar, capital of Cross River State. The line will pass through the oil-producing N


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