The Bridge Project Is Getting Ready After Failing Three Times, According to Fashola

Babatunde Fashola, the Minister of Works and Housing, said yesterday that he served as a minister for eight years under the Buhari-led administration aimed at improving the living conditions of Nigerians and reducing multi-dimensional poverty.Continue Reading>>>

The minister made the disclosure while presenting his scorecard in Abuja. While Fashola credited himself for implementing the project, he noted that the ideologies of the All Progressives Congress (APC) greatly influenced his progress in the ministry.

According to him, “This government is made up of a political party. That’s what the constitution says, and unlike people who publicly say they’re all the same, I don’t agree. We recognize progressive ideology, and it means something to those who study it.Continue Reading>>>

“One of the side effects is actually government spending like we saved in this ministry. So that’s the difference, and that’s what I want us to focus on. My definition of progressive is one that seeks to improve the human condition, and some of the things we’re talking about here I ask you to keep in mind.

Does it improve the human condition?” The other thing is that we are dealing with challenges, one of which is, of course, that those who like numbers and those who like hyperbole will say, “Oh yes, thousands andmillions of Nigerians are living in multidimensional poverty.

But they don’t even do that. Define for yourself what multidimensional poverty is.

They don’t see local, state, or federal action to address these problems. I’m going to talk about some of these things and ask you to test them to see if they address multidimensional poverty,” he added.

Fashola said his appointment in 2019 was part of his ambition to improve the lives of the people by starting the construction of long-neglected capital projects inherited from previous governments, including several new mega projects. “Some of the things that seem to defy solutions were things that Buhari inherited, and that is where I decided to start. Another Nigerian bridge that has been in operation for at least three decades and has become a political slogan And if you look, the river runs about two kilometers and lasts 18 hours and 22 minutes.

“The Lagos-Ibadan expressway has increased capacity, and many other facilities and sites have developed around what was originally designed, expanding it and increasing the current capacity. Before the bridge, this was a big advantage because the gas reserves were the most productive there, but there is no way. The bridge project was awarded three times and failed, but now it’s getting ready.

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