Reports coming in is that the president of the federal republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari has approved the naming of the railway complex in Agbor, Delta State, after Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GEJ), Nigeria's former President.
This was revealed on Twitter today Saturday 18th of July 2020 by the special assistant to the president on Digital And New Media.So based on this current development,the rail station in Agbor Delta State will hence be referred to as 'Goodluck Jonathan Railway Station & Complex'.
“BREAKING: President @MBuhari has approved the naming of the Railway Complex in Agbor - the operational hub of #ItakpeWarriRail Line - after former President @GEJonathan. It will be known as the Goodluck Jonathan Railway Station & Complex — Minister of Transport, @ChibuikeAmaechi." The statement reads.
Reacting to the news some nigerians regard the move as a slap to the face of the former president who started project and could not complete the project.
While some people on the other hand see the move as something that demeaning.They are of the opinion that GEJ deserves something better compared to naming a train station after him
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