Anambra State Govt Plans Rail Line To Link 21 LGAs
Plans are under way by the Anambra State government to construct a rail line that will connect all the twenty-one Local Government Areas of the State.
The Commissioner for Transport Mrs Patricia Igwebuike, said that the move which will be under Public Private Partnership arrangement is part of the efforts of the Professor Chukwuma Soludo administration to make transportation accessible to the people.
Mrs Igwebuike who said that the present administration has series of innovations that can change the landscape of Anambra State, called on the people to see the development of Anambra State as a collective responsibility.
The Transport Commissioner who announced measures put in place by the Soludo government to improve land and water transportation cautioned Motorists against violating traffic rules and regulations.
Mrs Igwebuke a lawyer used the opportunity to advise Motorists to update their Driver’s license and other particulars to avoid the wrath of traffic officials.
6 thoughts on “Anambra State Govt Plans Rail Line To Link 21 LGAs”
A very good move but also reconstruct damaging roads for road transporters
This is not what we need now. Let’s fix our dilapidated roads. We can still get by by road. Rails are not profitable. Let’s embark on stuff that will create jobs.
My Governor start with hospitals, and electricity and make all the school in Anambra State look like schools in Europe and water, factory’s so people can get jobs,go and fix ogbunike cave for tourism so that Anambra State can be generate money there and also work hard and see the way they can release Namdi Kano he can stop the insecurity in the East
Whatever project the state wants to embark on must have a Project Charter signed off by a sponsor and Project Manager appointed with a comprehensive Project Management Plan covering all/required Knowledge Areas and Process Groups.
Soludo is the Solution
This is a good idea but it should not be of high priority for the state now. A lot of graduates are jobless. There is food scarcity everywhere in the state. Therefore, any capital intensive project in the state now, whether sponsored solely by the state government or with partners, should be geared towards job creation and food production.
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