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What to we know about the ₦414bn Second Niger Bridge

By Guardian Exclusive
16 December 2022   |   8:03 am
Here is what we now know about the bridge being constructed to minimise traffic congestion on the old Niger Bridge and estimated to gulp a whopping ₦414 billion.⁣⁣

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