Bad Roads In Nigeria
Abraham Ackom is a 63-year-old father who sells coconut to make a living. He lends his time to fill potholes in Lakeside in Accra. He sat for an interview.
The minister of works and housing, Babatunde Fashola, on Tuesday gave an estimate of the amount of money needed to develop the road infrastructure in Nigeria.
The minister of Niger Delta Affairs Godswill Akpabio has disagreed with the House of Representatives over the allocation of N15 billion for the East-West road.
Governor Okowa made the call at an interdenominational thanksgiving service at Government House Chapel, Asaba, on Thursday to mark the independence anniversary.
For the first time ever, Nigeria experienced its own keke rally that kicked off on August 7, from the Stallion Auto Keke - Ijesha Showroom for Bajaj Kekes.
The situation made commuters suffer hectic time at Onitsha as security agents battled in vain to appease the protesters who protested under the aegis of Animo Tipper Drivers’ Association of Nigeria.