Shehu Sani, a former senator for Kaduna Central, has taken on his verified Twitter account to ask how did Lagos achieve Lekki deep seaport and the Federal Government could not achieve Mambila hydro power.
It was reported that President Muhammadu Buhari, inaugurated the Lekki deep seaport and Imota rice mill projects in Lagos on Monday.
The deep seaport was finished in 2022, with a pledge from the state government that commercial operations would start in 2023.
While reacting to this, the outspoken activist, Shehu Sani, recently posted a tweet on his microblogging, Twitter, to ask how did Lagos state achieved Lekki deep seaport with the helping hand of the Chinese, and the Federal Government of Nigeria could not achieve Mambila hydro power by the helping hand of the Chinese?
In his tweet, Shehu Sani wrote below:
"How did Lagos achieved Lekki deep seaport by Chinese helping hand and the FG couldn’t achieve Mambila hydro power by Chinese helping hand?"
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