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PHOTO NEWS
6 December, 2017
Progress ReportPersonnel of the Julius Berger Plcworking with barges with equipment for subsoil investigationat the ongoing construction work on Bodo Bonny Road with Bridgesas captured in the monthly progress report directed during the recent meeting of the HonMinister of PowerWorks and Housing Mr Babatunde Fashola SAN with contractors handling major projects across the country

PROGRESS REPORT PICTURES CONSTRUCTION OF BODO BONNY ROAD WITH BRIDGES

Progress ReportPersonnel of the Julius Berger Plcworking with barges with equipment for subsoil investigationat the ongoing construction work on Bodo Bonny Road with Bridgesas captured in the monthly progress report directed during the recent meeting of the HonMinister of PowerWorks and Housing Mr Babatunde Fashola SAN with contractors handling major projects across the country

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PHOTO NEWS
13 August, 2018

PARTICIPANTS AT THE 24TH MEETING OF THE NATIONAL COUNCIL ON WORKS WITH THEME ENSURING VALUEFORMONEY IN NIGERIA HIGHWAYS DEVELOPMENT

Directors in the Ministry Permanent Secretary Ministry of Works and Transport Kebbi State and Participants at the 24th Meeting of the National Council on Works with theme Ensuring ValueForMoney in Nigeria Highways Development holding at the Conference Centre of the Kebbi State Government Presidential Lodge Kebbi State

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3 July, 2018

FASHOLA DELIVERS SPECIAL HERBERT MACAULAY MEMORIAL LECTURE ORGANIZED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA

Hon Minister of Power Works Housing and Guest Lecturer Mr Babatunde FasholaSANleft and Vice Chancellor University of NigeriaNsukka ProfBenjamin Chukwuma Ozumbarightpresenting one of the Laptop computers made by the University of Nigeria to the Hon Minister shortly after he delivered theSpecial Herbert Macaulay Memorial Lectureorganized by the University of Nigeria Nsukka at the Princess Alexandra AuditoriumPAA Nsukka Enugu State on Monday 2nd July 2018

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