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N2.5bn Baro River Port cargo project completed, ready for operation –NIWA

N2.5bn Baro River Port cargo project completed, ready for operation –NIWA

National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has said that the Baro River Port cargo handling equipment installation has been completed, tested and ready for commissioning soon. Before now, the Baro River Port in Niger State, which was awarded in 2011/2012 at a cost of N2,563,499,248.00 by the Federal Executive Council (FEC) to Messrs CGGC Global Projects […]
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N2.5bn Baro River Port cargo equipment completed, ready for operation –NIWA

N2.5bn Baro River Port cargo equipment completed, ready for operation –NIWA

Steve Agbota National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) said the Baro River Port Cargo handling equipment installation has been completed, tested and ready for commissioning soon. Before now, the Baro River port in Niger State, which was awarded in 2011/2012 at over N2.56 billion by the Federal Executive Council to Messrs CGGC Global Projects Ltd has […]
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N2.5bn Baro River port cargo handling equipment completed ― NIWA

The N2.5bn Baro river port cargo handling equipment installation has been completed and set for commissioning, the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has stated. The Baro Riverport in Niger State, awarded in 2011/12  at a cost of N2,563,499,248.00 by the Federal Executive Council to Messrs CGGC Global Projects Ltd has been abandoned and left in […]
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Why Nigerian waterways are becoming death trap

Why Nigerian waterways are becoming death trap

Steve Agbota In recent times, many Nigerians have lost their lives as a result of the incessant boat mishaps in Lagos and in other parts of the country. These are hapless Nigerians who were probably trying to avoid traffic gridlocks, which have become common on most of the nation’s busy and bad roads. Between 2017 […]
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NIWA orders contractor to commence work at Baro Port

The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), has ordered the contractor handling the installation of cargo equipment at the Baro River Port to immediately move to site and commence work before the end of the year 2018. This directive was issued by the Managing Director, Senator Olorunibe Mamora, when he visited the Baro River Port to […]
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