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Rotimi Amaechi; Nigeria's Warri-Itakpe rail line is set for inauguration

The Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Amaechi says Nigeria's Warri-Itakpe standard gauge rail line is set for inauguration.

Amaechi, while inspecting the Warri-Itakpe rail line said all 10 stations along the corridor have been completed and President Muhammadu Buhari has approved that the main station, which is the Agbor station, be named after former President Goodluck Jonathan.

On the timeline for completion of the projects, the Minister said projects would be delayed except or until a cure for Coronavirus is found and workers could commence their normal working hours on site.

The former Rivers State governor and current minister for transportation; Amaechi is synonymous with breaking records. Nobody knew of Nigerian Governors' forum until he became their chairman. Suddenly even Mr President became scared of the powers of Nigerian Governor's forum.

Again, we have had several persons as Ministers of transportation in our country, but they did very little or nothing in that Ministry. Today, Minister of Transportation is now a very big portfolio because the man that knows how to do it well is heading it well.

If you like give Amaechi the least office, just give him few months and every other person will begin to envy that office. Long live Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi.

The majority of the work on that rail line was believed to be done during (GEJ) Good luck Ebele Jonathan's adminstration. The said rail line passed through Delta State close to Delta Steel complex.

Majority of the rail lines in use and soon to be in use were done/revamped by Goodluck Jonathan. But many argue that Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi did it from start to finish.

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