FG Approves N166 Billion for Reconstruction and Rehabilitation of 14 Roads(full details)

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SEPTEMBER 16 – The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday September 11, 2019 approved the award of N166 billion contracts for the construction and rehabilitation of 14 roads nationwide.

Below are the details:

Construction of two bridges, Lioji and Gulbin-Boka Bridges at Kotangora-Rijau Road at a contract cost of N1.13 billion and a completion period of 12 months.

Construction of an additional lane on Kano-Katsina Road in Kano within a period of 24 months at the cost of N9.5billion.

Reconstruction of Kotangora-Bangi Road in Niger State within 48 months at the cost of N20.4 billion.

Rehabilitation of Outer Marina-Bonny Camp Road and Eko Bridge through Apongbon Bridge with Access Ramps, in Lagos State, with a completion date of 12 months at the cost of N9.3 billion.

Rehabilitation of Irrua-Edenu-Ibore-Udomi-Uwessan Road in Edo State at the contract cost of N4.6 billion, with a completion date of 12 months.

Construction of Ilobu-Erinle Road in Kwara/Osun States within 36 months at the cost of N18.042 billion.

Construction of Wudil Bridge along Maiduguri Road in Kano State within a period of 15 months at the cost of N2.6 billion.

Rehabilitation of Wukari-Ibi Road in Taraba State within a period of 18 months at the cost of N12.31billion.

Construction of Baro Port-Gulu Town Road in Niger State within a period of 24 months at N10.62 billion.

Rehabilitation of Ajingi-Jahun-Kafin Hausa Road in Jigawa within a period of 24 months at the cost of N25.04 billion.

Rehabilitation of Aba-Owerri Road, NNPC Expressway in Abia State within 18 months at the cost of N6.1 billion.

Construction of Yaba-Yangogi Road in the FCT within 24 months at the cost of N17.31 billion.

Rehabilitation of Kaleyeri-Damaturu Road in Yobe State within 28 months at the cost of N17 billion.

Rehabilitation of two outstanding sections of Oba-Nnewi-Arondizuogu-Okigwe Road in Imo/Anambra States within a period of 18 months, at the cost of N12.8 billion.

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