Nigeria will Invest to Repair Jebba-Kano Railway Line

15 June 2010 Tuesday, 03:15

Nigeria will allocate an extra N12bn ($17bn) to repair the Jebba-Kano railway line.

Under a contract awarded to UK-based Costain Group, 640km of the railway line and 76 bridges will be repaired and reinforced.

According to, the contractor will have to dismantle flood-damaged bridges in the Akere region and build new ones with additional elevation and culverts.

The project was awarded by the Nigerian Railway Corporation and is scheduled for completion within ten months.


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