Port Harcourt – Maiduguri Rail Project: Fubara Ohaka Lauds Amaechi …Says Bonny and Warri Seaports will Create Jobs and Enhance the Economy of Niger Delta States.
As Nigerians continue to react to the news of the approval for the reconstruction of the Port Harcourt – Maiduguri rail line, and the construction of new SeaPorts in Rivers and Delta states, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Rivers State, Chief (Hon.) Fubara Ohaka, has described the projects as strategic, well-conceived and peoples oriented.
Chief Ohaka, whose expression was contained in a statement made available to media houses said the projects when completed, reserve the capacity of turning the economic fortunes of states in the Niger Delta region and Nigeria in general.
Recall that the Minister of Transportation, Rt. Hon. Amaechi had in a public fora on Monday, announced that President Mihammadu Buhari has approved the reconstruction of the Port Harcourt – Maiduguri rail line with capacity of moving 11 million tons of cargo, adding that an industrial park in Port Harcourt has been added to the design. He also declared the approval of new seaports in Bonny and Warri areas of Rivers and Delta states.
Fubara Ohaka averred that the proposed seaports will create massive jobs for the teeming youths, boost businesses, and revive the economy of the Niger Delta region. He stressed that state governments, especially in the region must support the Minister for a hitchfree delivery of these projects for the good of Niger-Deltans.
Describing the Minister as a rare trailblazer in the business of service delivery, Chief Ohaka said, Amaechi possesses a special jenesaisquoi in public service that distinguishes him from his contemporaries, stressing that he achievements within a short time transcends the records of previous administrations since the inception of democracy in Nigeria.
Hon. Fubara Ohaka appealed to Nigerians to continue to support the Minister in his drive to deliver quality services that have direct bearing on the lives of Nigerians.
This post was published on January 30, 2020 3:59 pm