The length of the Nigerian railway has increased by 712 kilometres in the past five years, according to a research by Afri-China Media Centre.
In a statement, Afri-China Media Centre said the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) had within four years constructed four major railway projects covering a total stretch of about 703km.
It said the railways projects like the Abuja Metro (37km); the Abuja-Kaduna railway (186km); the Ajaokuta-Itakpe-Warri (326km); the Lagos-Ibadan project (156km), with an extension of another 7km, has added to the country “a huge economic value…
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