Nigeria minister of state for works declares “roads, railway infrastructure under Buhari have greatly improved” Updated for 2021

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Updated: March 5, 2021

President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration has made great improvement in the delivery of infrastructure such as roads and railways, across the country, Nigertia’s minister of state for works and housing, Engr Abubakar D. Aliyu, said at the weekend in Damaturu, Yobe state.

He spoke during a grand reception organized by Yobe state government in his honor and Senate President Ahmad Ibrahim Lawal.

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“The direct impact of President Buhari administration’s policies and programmes have made great improvement in the infrastructure delivery in terms of provisions of roads, railways, power supply all of which are evident,” the minister said.

He said “President Buhari has done so much to correct national direction and place it on the path of for a better future.”

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