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Babatunde Fashola

13 Nov 2019
Our roads are not as bad as portrayed, says Fashola
20 Sep 2019
Babatunde Fashola, explains why there has been a delay in the delivery of road projects across the count
11 Feb 2019
Buhari doesn’t have time to write letters – Fashola
14 Feb 2018
FG will provide fund for power projects - Fashola
30 Jan 2018
The Minister of Power, Babatunde Fashola has accused some anonymous Nigerians of attempting to frustrate the progress made by the Buhari-led administration in the power sector.
21 Nov 2017
Nigeria’s Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola says the private sector has the capacity to stir up more economic impact in the power sector than the government.
13 Jul 2017
Nigeria privatises 70% of the power sector.
23 Feb 2017
Babatunde Fashola has revealed that the N126 billion approved by the Federal Executive Council (FEC) for 12 road projects across eight states was partly used to recall contractors owed by Jonathan’s administration.
26 Jan 2017

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