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No going back on railway concession – FG

Despite concerns by workers of the Nigerian Railway Corporation over plans to concession the NRC, the Federal Government has maintained that it will go ahead with the plan.


According to the government, handing over the facility to a genuine investor would guarantee enormous benefits, as it stressed that there was no going back on the plans to concession the corporation.

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The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, disclosed this while playing host to the President-General, Senior Staff Association of Statutory Corporation and Government Owned Companies, Mr. Mohammed Yunusa, who led other union leaders and members to the Federal Ministry of Transportation in Abuja.

In a statement issued by the ministry’s Director of Public Relations, Mrs. Yetunde Sonaike, on Wednesday, Amaechi appealed to the union and other similar groups in the country to give peace a chance and allow Nigeria to progress in the right direction.

He told his guests that the transportation ministry should not be burdened with unprofitable agitations and actions capable of denying Nigerians the long awaited benefits of Nigerian Railway Corporation’s concession.

The minister, however, assured the union leaders that no staff of their organisations would lose their jobs in the process.

He said he would ensure that the new management of the corporation took steps to complement government’s efforts for a harmonious work environment.

Amaechi reportedly said, “Mr. President is a ‘pro-people’ who would not like anyone to be sacked, adding that the new investors would place priority on workers’ welfare.”

4 Comments on No going back on railway concession – FG

  1. Continue the project abeg


  2. That is very good


  3. Good to hear


  4. dats fine ,we are looking forward to it


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