The Presidential Aide who made this statement on her official and verified Twitter handle added that with new Cargo trains, carrying pipes for AKK Gas Project from Warri Port to Itakpe and the Onitsha River Port that receives containers via Inland waterways from Lagos, our roads will last. From the statement of Mrs.Onochie, one can easily understand that she is of the opinion that the current administration under President Muhammadu Buhari is building roads that will last for a long time. Also she is thankful that the railways which Buhari is building across the country are gradually being used to move people and goods from one place to another thereby reducing the burden on our roads.
President Muhammadu Buhari since 2015 has embarked on construction of rail projects across the country to in order to boost the country's infrastructure for a better economy. Some of this rail projects have been commissioned and many more will be commissioned before he leaves office in 2023.
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