Lagos State government compensates owners of buildings to be affected by mass transit red line project
By TVC News Nigeria
16 April 2021 | 3:42 pm
Governor Babajide Sanwo-olu has presented cheques to Project Affected Persons of the Lagos Rail Mass Transit Red Line Project.
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