Good news for the people within the nooks and crannies of Warri/Itakpe area of Delta state and Kogi State as federal government of Nigeria under the leadership of His Excellency GCFR President Muhammad Buhari under the ministry of Transportation is set to commission the Warri- Ajaokuta- Itakpe railway line.
In a bid to avoid the congestion of movement on our roads and highways and for easy passage of goods, the Itakpe warrior rail will soon begin its full commercial operations. The Railway which was constructed by Julius Berger and China Civil Engineering Company CCEC.
The Itakpe-Ajaokuta-Warri railway line has a total length of 276 km and links Warri in Delta State to Ajaokuta, in Kogi State. The rail line from Warri, passing through Itakpe, Ajaokuta, Agbor and Ore, and has six stations along the route. The line will ensure steel products and raw materials transport from the Delta Steel Company, in Aladja.
The projects which cost the federal government a total sum of $200 million and is now ready to be use by Nigerians to boost the economic activities of these communities and Nigeria at large and also providing employment opportunities.
These are the beautiful pictures of the trains below.
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