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Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by naptu2: 9:08pm On May 10, 2012
I posted these links on the rail thread. I think they'll be useful here.

The Trans-African Highway project was conceived as a means of bringing Africans closer. Lagos-Badagry Expressway was supposed to be part of Ecowas' contribution to the project. The project was later abandoned.

The Obasanjo Administration planned the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project. One of the things the project is meant to do I to create a railway line from Lagos to Ogun (the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project office is on Okotie-Eboh road in Ikoyi. Close to Dodan Barracks). Not much has been heard of the project since Obasanjo, Tinubu and Daniel left office.

Governor Fashola states that the Lagos Mega City is a status conferred on Lagos by it's population size. It is not a project. The challenge is for government to react appropriately to the increase in population and make it a modern city(note: it used to be called Lagos-Ogun Mega City, but I've not heard Fashola call it that).

The Lagos-Badagry Road project is one of the ways the government reacts. It would expand the road to 10 lanes, including BRT lane and a rail service. The Lagos State Government got a loan from the World Bank to execute the project (they were initially considering various funding models, including ppp, tolling, etc). The road is designed to open up the western axis, just as the lekki road project is opening the eastern axis. Fashola stated that many people do not want to live and work in that axis because of the traffic jam, even though people complain of shortage of land and houses in lagos.

The Federal Minister of works, Hassan Lawal threatened to stop the project (this was while Yar'Adua was in hospital. Despite the fact that Yar'Adua's administration guaranteed the World Bank loan).


http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35271/1/Who-is-afraid-of-the-highway-to-Badagry/Page1.html

http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35505/1/Akran-berates-minister-over-comment-on-LagosBadagry-road-/Page1.html


After acting president Goodluck Jonathan reshuffled the cabinet, the new minister of works, Sanusi Daggash stated the the problem had been solved and Lagos State could continue with the project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10568:fg-resolves-face-off-with-lagos-over-badagry-road-project-&catid=85:national&Itemid=340


About 2 weeks ago, the minister of trade and investment declared that the Federal Government were pleased with the project and will hand over more rail lines/right of way to the Lagos State Government.

http://www.nairaland.com/921861/jonathan-cedes-tracks-lagos-light

Fashola inspecting the road and rail project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/NG/index.php/city-file/city-file/32046-relief-underway-as-lagos-blue-line-rail-still-on-course-

http://streetoflagos.com/2011/11/28/lagos-to-complete-light-rail-project-in-2012/

Fashola inspecting the rail carriages in Canada.

http://pmnewsnigeria.com/2011/05/15/in-pictures-fashola-inspects-trains-facilities-for-lagos-light-rail-in-canada/

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Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by jason123: 9:13pm On May 10, 2012
naptu2: I posted these links on the rail thread. I think they'll be useful here.

The Trans-African Highway project was conceived as a means of bringing Africans closer. Lagos-Badagry Expressway was supposed to be part of Ecowas' contribution to the project. The project was later abandoned.

The Obasanjo Administration planned the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project. One of the things the project is meant to do I to create a railway line from Lagos to Ogun (the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project office is on Okotie-Eboh road in Ikoyi. Close to Dodan Barracks). Not much has been heard of the project since Obasanjo, Tinubu and Daniel left office.

Governor Fashola states that the Lagos Mega City is a status conferred on Lagos by it's population size. It is not a project. The challenge is for government to react appropriately to the increase in population and make it a modern city(note: it used to be called Lagos-Ogun Mega City, but I've not heard Fashola call it that).

The Lagos-Badagry Road project is one of the ways the government reacts. It would expand the road to 10 lanes, including BRT lane and a rail service. The Lagos State Government got a loan from the World Bank to execute the project (they were initially considering various funding models, including ppp, tolling, etc). The road is designed to open up the western axis, just as the lekki road project is opening the eastern axis. Fashola stated that many people do not want to live and work in that axis because of the traffic jam, even though people complain of shortage of land and houses in lagos.

The Federal Minister of works, Hassan Lawal threatened to stop the project (this was while Yar'Adua was in hospital. Despite the fact that Yar'Adua's administration guaranteed the World Bank loan).


http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35271/1/Who-is-afraid-of-the-highway-to-Badagry/Page1.html

http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35505/1/Akran-berates-minister-over-comment-on-LagosBadagry-road-/Page1.html


After acting president Goodluck Jonathan reshuffled the cabinet, the new minister of works, Sanusi Daggash stated the the problem had been solved and Lagos State could continue with the project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10568:fg-resolves-face-off-with-lagos-over-badagry-road-project-&catid=85:national&Itemid=340


About 2 weeks ago, the minister of trade and investment declared that the Federal Government were pleased with the project and will hand over more rail lines/right of way to the Lagos State Government.

http://www.nairaland.com/921861/jonathan-cedes-tracks-lagos-light

Fashola inspecting the road and rail project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/NG/index.php/city-file/city-file/32046-relief-underway-as-lagos-blue-line-rail-still-on-course-

http://streetoflagos.com/2011/11/28/lagos-to-complete-light-rail-project-in-2012/

Fashola inspecting the rail carriages in Canada.

http://pmnewsnigeria.com/2011/05/15/in-pictures-fashola-inspects-trains-facilities-for-lagos-light-rail-in-canada/

God BLESS YOU! If not for your links, nairalanders like onyewec3 would have deceived the populace!
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by jason123: 9:16pm On May 10, 2012
Nigerians do not know how to appreciate a person until he dies, then, they'll start their hypocritical wailing . . .smh
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by xynerise(m): 9:51pm On May 10, 2012
naptu2: I posted these links on the rail thread. I think they'll be useful here.

The Trans-African Highway project was conceived as a means of bringing Africans closer. Lagos-Badagry Expressway was supposed to be part of Ecowas' contribution to the project. The project was later abandoned.

The Obasanjo Administration planned the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project. One of the things the project is meant to do I to create a railway line from Lagos to Ogun (the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project office is on Okotie-Eboh road in Ikoyi. Close to Dodan Barracks). Not much has been heard of the project since Obasanjo, Tinubu and Daniel left office.

Governor Fashola states that the Lagos Mega City is a status conferred on Lagos by it's population size. It is not a project. The challenge is for government to react appropriately to the increase in population and make it a modern city(note: it used to be called Lagos-Ogun Mega City, but I've not heard Fashola call it that).

The Lagos-Badagry Road project is one of the ways the government reacts. It would expand the road to 10 lanes, including BRT lane and a rail service. The Lagos State Government got a loan from the World Bank to execute the project (they were initially considering various funding models, including ppp, tolling, etc). The road is designed to open up the western axis, just as the lekki road project is opening the eastern axis. Fashola stated that many people do not want to live and work in that axis because of the traffic jam, even though people complain of shortage of land and houses in lagos.

The Federal Minister of works, Hassan Lawal threatened to stop the project (this was while Yar'Adua was in hospital. Despite the fact that Yar'Adua's administration guaranteed the World Bank loan).


http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35271/1/Who-is-afraid-of-the-highway-to-Badagry/Page1.html

http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35505/1/Akran-berates-minister-over-comment-on-LagosBadagry-road-/Page1.html


After acting president Goodluck Jonathan reshuffled the cabinet, the new minister of works, Sanusi Daggash stated the the problem had been solved and Lagos State could continue with the project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10568:fg-resolves-face-off-with-lagos-over-badagry-road-project-&catid=85:national&Itemid=340


About 2 weeks ago, the minister of trade and investment declared that the Federal Government were pleased with the project and will hand over more rail lines/right of way to the Lagos State Government.

http://www.nairaland.com/921861/jonathan-cedes-tracks-lagos-light

Fashola inspecting the road and rail project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/NG/index.php/city-file/city-file/32046-relief-underway-as-lagos-blue-line-rail-still-on-course-

http://streetoflagos.com/2011/11/28/lagos-to-complete-light-rail-project-in-2012/

Fashola inspecting the rail carriages in Canada.

http://pmnewsnigeria.com/2011/05/15/in-pictures-fashola-inspects-trains-facilities-for-lagos-light-rail-in-canada/
I said this and nobody believed me. This project is too big for Fashola to finance.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by olapluto(m): 10:15pm On May 10, 2012
Can ACN governors PLEASE launch the bid to take over Lagos-Ibadan expressway? For the sake of people dying daily on that road, for the sake of business, and for the sake of regional integration. No amount of FG billions can do that road due to political sabotage.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by dayokanu(m): 10:24pm On May 10, 2012
ola_pluto: Can ACN governors PLEASE launch the bid to take over Lagos-Ibadan expressway? For the sake of people dying daily on that road, for the sake of business, and for the sake of regional integration. No amount of FG billions can do that road due to political sabotage.

Would they be allowed to toll it appropriately without ppl taking up arms like in Lekki?
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by Onlytruth(m): 10:42pm On May 10, 2012
This is a no brainer: it is an indirect FEDERAL project. Reason? It is funded by a World Bank Loan guarranteed by the Federal government. In other words, the final FINANCIAL BURDEN will fall on the FG because Nigerian states are notorious for reneging on loan repayments. If the FG did not back the loan, this project won't move an inch.
Fashola should still be commended for basically inspiring more action on the project. No more, no less.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by trigar12(m): 10:44pm On May 10, 2012
musKeeto: 10-lane? Na for bike abi car?
grin
musKeeto: 10-lane? Na for bike abi car?
Ask Google grin
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by Onlytruth(m): 10:46pm On May 10, 2012
In terms of loan repayments, the worst that can happen to lagos state is that the FG deducts the repayments at source (go ask Imo and Abia).
So this project would have proceeded even if the state government rejected it, because it is still on a federal corridor.
The FG should even be commended for laying low and playing dead (a rare maturity in Nigerian politics, bearing in mind that the state is under an opposition party), which makes it possible for Fashola to take much of the glory.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by Lagusta(m): 11:13pm On May 10, 2012
malc619: While serious governors are developing their states, Osama-Bin-Uduaghan ‎​Ȋ̝̊̅$ Busy spending over 7 billion to move D̶̲̥̅̊ mountain Below..
WTF
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by idtreasures(m): 11:25pm On May 10, 2012
malc619: While serious governors are developing their states, Osama-Bin-Uduaghan ‎​Ȋ̝̊̅$ Busy spending over 7 billion to move D̶̲̥̅̊ mountain Below..

Are my eyes seeing double? Is this photo tricks or what? Is this Governor Uduaghan or his look alike?
I must confirm b4 I comment.Nigerians must see this.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by lagcity(m): 11:48pm On May 10, 2012
Ejiné: Awesome job! cool

My dear governor Uduaghan, you see your mate? angry

Abeg leave Uduaghan alone. Na by force to build road? grin
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by freesoul3(f): 11:56pm On May 10, 2012
idtreasures:

Are my eyes seeing double? Is this photo tricks or what? Is this Governor Uduaghan or his look alike?
I must confirm b4 I comment.Nigerians must see this.

yes
the trick is called photoshop!
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by chucky234(m): 1:32am On May 11, 2012
Beaf: The road quality is excellent.
I apply that route everyday,there is nothing excellent about the road and its going to be toll along Alafia bus stop.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by Fhemmmy: 2:25am On May 11, 2012
chucky234: I apply that route everyday,there is nothing excellent about the road and its going to be toll along Alafia bus stop.

The effort should be applauded . .
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by guru01: 5:21am On May 11, 2012
Fashola too much.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by Shakdut: 8:20am On May 11, 2012
ilugunboy:

For now...I dont think so since this is purely a LASG project and not by any concessionaire.
na tru no b only lagos project na federal dey finance it bt na lagos vision
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by macjurek(m): 9:24am On May 11, 2012

BRAVO TO B.R.F,YOUR WORKS SPEAKS FOR YOU IN THE STATE.
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More Power to the Elbow of BRF,The Executive Governor of Lagos State, My God will bless you in Jesus Name.

Actually am a stalk-holder in Lagos as an indigene by birth in the State and a property owner son too.You are working,is only God that will reward you,your family,your cabinet members and all other invisible efforts.


Thanks,

Engr.Amos Omogege.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by onyewec3: 9:36am On May 11, 2012
I posted these links on the rail thread. I think they'll be useful here.

The Trans-African Highway project was conceived as a means of bringing Africans closer. Lagos-Badagry Expressway was supposed to be part of Ecowas' contribution to the project. The project was later abandoned.

The Obasanjo Administration planned the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project. One of the things the project is meant to do I to create a railway line from Lagos to Ogun (the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project office is on Okotie-Eboh road in Ikoyi. Close to Dodan Barracks). Not much has been heard of the project since Obasanjo, Tinubu and Daniel left office.

Governor Fashola states that the Lagos Mega City is a status conferred on Lagos by it's population size. It is not a project. The challenge is for government to react appropriately to the increase in population and make it a modern city(note: it used to be called Lagos-Ogun Mega City, but I've not heard Fashola call it that).

The Lagos-Badagry Road project is one of the ways the government reacts. It would expand the road to 10 lanes, including BRT lane and a rail service. The Lagos State Government got a loan from the World Bank to execute the project (they were initially considering various funding models, including ppp, tolling, etc). The road is designed to open up the western axis, just as the lekki road project is opening the eastern axis. Fashola stated that many people do not want to live and work in that axis because of the traffic jam, even though people complain of shortage of land and houses in lagos.

The Federal Minister of works, Hassan Lawal threatened to stop the project (this was while Yar'Adua was in hospital. Despite the fact that Yar'Adua's administration guaranteed the World Bank loan).


http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35271/1/Who-is-afraid-of-the-highway-to-Badagry/Page1.html

http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35505/1/Akran-berates-minister-over-comment-on-LagosBadagry-road-/Page1.html


After acting president Goodluck Jonathan reshuffled the cabinet, the new minister of works, Sanusi Daggash stated the the problem had been solved and Lagos State could continue with the project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10568:fg-resolves-face-off-with-lagos-over-badagry-road-project-&catid=85:national&Itemid=340


About 2 weeks ago, the minister of trade and investment declared that the Federal Government were pleased with the project and will hand over more rail lines/right of way to the Lagos State Government.

http://www.nairaland.com/921861/jonathan-cedes-tracks-lagos-light

Fashola inspecting the road and rail project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/NG/index.php/city-file/city-file/32046-relief-underway-as-lagos-blue-line-rail-still-on-course-

http://streetoflagos.com/2011/11/28/lagos-to-complete-light-rail-project-in-2012/

Fashola inspecting the rail carriages in Canada.

http://pmnewsnigeria.com/2011/05/15/in-pictures-fashola-inspects-trains-facilities-for-lagos-light-rail-in-canada/





jason123:

God BLESS YOU! If not for your links, nairalanders like onyewec3 would have deceived the populace!




You are a fool. a product of a failed educational system.how dare u rebuke me witout reading this post above carefully.didnt u read in-between that the federal govt,ECOWAS and WORLD BANK have a connection with the road and rail in question? some pple say fashola and his hypocritical ACN GOVT don't boast. so you guys have forgotten so soon when fashola almost took all the time on TV station to advertise and show all the road projects he embarked on during his first regime?how often are we hearing the slogan ''EKO O NI BAJE''? i can see some pple have short memory BUT I DONT.i am not in anyway castigating the guy but all am saying is that we shuld try as m7uch as possible to look at issues critically without bias or mixing facts.
NLANDERS shuld always endeavours to read one's post before commenting and also make necessary research to butress there claims.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by onyewec3: 9:42am On May 11, 2012
alj harem:

Another goon, why not do some research before posting, Onye-ara as your name suggest.

Federal road that the FG has not touched even before you were born


iu know you very well.you are a refined foool.try and make reasearch dis fool...i knw nigerian educational system had failed you mugu
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by onyewec3: 10:26am On May 11, 2012
alj harem:

Another goon, why not do some research before posting, Onye-ara as your name suggest.

Federal road that the FG has not touched even before you were born


u be fool.so if federal govt have not touched any road that she has jurisdiction over does that mean the is not federal road aNY LONGER? IMBECILLIC monkey
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by atuboweke(m): 1:44pm On May 11, 2012
Kudos to Fashola!! But is the project a state govt of federal govt project? pls we need clarifications and facts.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by hercules07: 2:02pm On May 11, 2012
State Government project.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by sleekman(m): 3:43pm On May 11, 2012
Who's propagating this falsehood that this is a solely LASG affair? Please get your facts right, It is a PPP project.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by PeterKbaba: 4:29pm On May 11, 2012
sleekman: Who's propagating this falsehood that this is a solely LASG affair? Please get your facts right, It is a PPP project.

Illiterate.. PPP means public/private/partnership........ the state government is the public in this situation, enabling environment for the private sector is also made by the state government.. After all that, a PPP agreement is made on investment, we the state provide part of the capital and allow the private sector raise the rest of the capital themselves or get a loan, put their expertise into the project and there you are, a PPP investment is made...... So pls go to school ok and avoid tribalism or cultism in school.. you don hear.. olodo
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by PeterKbaba: 4:34pm On May 11, 2012
onyewec3: I posted these links on the rail thread. I think they'll be useful here.

The Trans-African Highway project was conceived as a means of bringing Africans closer. Lagos-Badagry Expressway was supposed to be part of Ecowas' contribution to the project. The project was later abandoned.

The Obasanjo Administration planned the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project. One of the things the project is meant to do I to create a railway line from Lagos to Ogun (the Lagos-Ogun Mega City Project office is on Okotie-Eboh road in Ikoyi. Close to Dodan Barracks). Not much has been heard of the project since Obasanjo, Tinubu and Daniel left office.

Governor Fashola states that the Lagos Mega City is a status conferred on Lagos by it's population size. It is not a project. The challenge is for government to react appropriately to the increase in population and make it a modern city(note: it used to be called Lagos-Ogun Mega City, but I've not heard Fashola call it that).

The Lagos-Badagry Road project is one of the ways the government reacts. It would expand the road to 10 lanes, including BRT lane and a rail service. The Lagos State Government got a loan from the World Bank to execute the project (they were initially considering various funding models, including ppp, tolling, etc). The road is designed to open up the western axis, just as the lekki road project is opening the eastern axis. Fashola stated that many people do not want to live and work in that axis because of the traffic jam, even though people complain of shortage of land and houses in lagos.

The Federal Minister of works, Hassan Lawal threatened to stop the project (this was while Yar'Adua was in hospital. Despite the fact that Yar'Adua's administration guaranteed the World Bank loan).


http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35271/1/Who-is-afraid-of-the-highway-to-Badagry/Page1.html

http://thenationonlineng.net/web2/articles/35505/1/Akran-berates-minister-over-comment-on-LagosBadagry-road-/Page1.html


After acting president Goodluck Jonathan reshuffled the cabinet, the new minister of works, Sanusi Daggash stated the the problem had been solved and Lagos State could continue with the project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=10568:fg-resolves-face-off-with-lagos-over-badagry-road-project-&catid=85:national&Itemid=340


About 2 weeks ago, the minister of trade and investment declared that the Federal Government were pleased with the project and will hand over more rail lines/right of way to the Lagos State Government.

http://www.nairaland.com/921861/jonathan-cedes-tracks-lagos-light

Fashola inspecting the road and rail project.

http://www.businessdayonline.com/NG/index.php/city-file/city-file/32046-relief-underway-as-lagos-blue-line-rail-still-on-course-

http://streetoflagos.com/2011/11/28/lagos-to-complete-light-rail-project-in-2012/

Fashola inspecting the rail carriages in Canada.

http://pmnewsnigeria.com/2011/05/15/in-pictures-fashola-inspects-trains-facilities-for-lagos-light-rail-in-canada/










You are a fool. a product of a failed educational system.how dare u rebuke me witout reading this post above carefully.didnt u read in-between that the federal govt,ECOWAS and WORLD BANK have a connection with the road and rail in question? some pple say fashola and his hypocritical ACN GOVT don't boast. so you guys have forgotten so soon when fashola almost took all the time on TV station to advertise and show all the road projects he embarked on during his first regime?how often are we hearing the slogan ''EKO O NI BAJE''? i can see some pple have short memory BUT I DONT.i am not in anyway castigating the guy but all am saying is that we shuld try as m7uch as possible to look at issues critically without bias or mixing facts.
NLANDERS shuld always endeavours to read one's post before commenting and also make necessary research to butress there claims.


PLEASE TELL NL'ERS WHICH OF THE PARTY IS THE BEST IN NIGERIA AND SINCERELY GIVE US PROOF OF WHAT THEY HAVE DON IN THE STATE FOR OVER 15 YEARS.. FASHOLA CAME IN WHEN LAGOS WAS IN THE WORST STATE IN NIGERIA, SINCE THE EXISTENCE OF LAGOS... PDP DISTROYED EVERYTHING IN GOVERNMENT... THANK GOD FOR FASHOLA, WITHIN 1 TERM, HE MADE LAGOS THE MODERN CITY IN AFRICA.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by ronnyfam: 6:24pm On May 11, 2012
PROUD-IGBO:
I'm impressed with the work done so far. The first pic- is that Lagos too?

Lagos wanna be
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by gulfer: 8:52pm On May 11, 2012
Beaf: The road quality is excellent.
Is this Beaf or the clone?
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by sleekman(m): 9:08pm On May 11, 2012
PeterKbaba:

Illiterate.. PPP means public/private/partnership........ the state government is the public in this situation, enabling environment for the private sector is also made by the state government.. After all that, a PPP agreement is made on investment, we the state provide part of the capital and allow the private sector raise the rest of the capital themselves or get a loan, put their expertise into the project and there you are, a PPP investment is made...... So pls go to school ok and avoid tribalism or cultism in school.. you don hear.. olodo
Abeg what does solely mean? Can someone help me educate this quatre of a quatre baked olodo what solely means. Someone said earlier that this is a solely state project and I tried to set the record straight, only for this ever so dull humanoid to come spew his over brimming olodocrity.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by sleekman(m): 9:16pm On May 11, 2012
PeterKbaba:

Illiterate.. PPP means public/private/partnership........ the state government is the public in this situation, enabling environment for the private sector is also made by the state government.. After all that, a PPP agreement is made on investment, we the state provide part of the capital and allow the private sector raise the rest of the capital themselves or get a loan, put their expertise into the project and there you are, a PPP investment is made...... So pls go to school ok and avoid tribalism or cultism in school.. you don hear.. olodo
Besides if you aren't aware of the partners in this project let me educate you.
FGN, World Bank, LASG and someother partners. Pls leave what's left of ur Mumuism in the jar.
Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by geeez: 12:26pm On Sep 12, 2012
Update

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Re: Update On The 10-lane Lagos-badagry Expressway (pictures) by geeez: 3:41pm On Oct 25, 2012
What's the update now?

Where are we on this project?

Recent pictures please.

Thanks

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