Railway Track Omitted from Second Niger Bridge Plans, but Hope Persists

Efforts to enhance connectivity between the Southeast and the West through the construction of a railway line traversing the Second Niger Bridge have faced a recent setback. Reports indicate that the plans for this railway track have been removed from the project…..CONTINUE READING....CONTINUE READING

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However, all is not lost. Despite this development, there remains a glimmer of hope. The focus is now shifting towards prioritizing the construction of the East-West rail line, which is deemed to hold greater economic viability compared to the Kano-Maradi rail project.

This shift in emphasis signifies a commitment to fostering improved transportation links in the region, ensuring that connectivity and economic growth remain at the forefront of development efforts. While challenges persist, the prospect of enhanced connectivity through alternative means offers hope for a brighter future…..CONTINUE READING

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