Indeed the name of our Ex president, "Goodluck" is still in action for being truly a Goodluck for he never run out of luck and thanks to our current president who made this a reality.
President Muhammadu Buhari on this day, July 18th of 2020 approved the naming of the Railway Complex in Agbor which is the operational hub of Itakpe Warri Rail Line after the former President of Nigeria GEJonathan, So from now on it will be known as the Goodluck Jonathan Railway Station and Complex.
Although it was made known that Itakpe Warri Rail Line was started by IBB in 1987 and no other government touched it until our president stepped in to see to its completion.
Now the railway has linked the North Central to the South South which will make people to travel easily, safely and faster.
Here’s the images from the site of the Station and Complex.
Can you see the meaning of the Next level that the president has promised Nigerians.
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