[Premium Times] The starting point was the launch of the Network 11-100 project, which targets the construction of 100 kilomtres of roads in each of the 11 LGAs of the state.
[This Day] Lafarge Africa Plc has assured shareholders of improved performance and higher returns on their investments having significantly strengthened its balance sheet. The outgoing chairman of the company, Omobolaji Balogun, stated this at the company's 61st annual general meeting (AGM) held in Lagos on Wednesday.
[Dalsan Radio] Galmudug regional state president Ahmed Abdi Kariye (Qoor-Qoor) has hailed the construction of the port in the city of Hobyo as a game-changer the Somalia economy.
[ANGOP] Luanda -The preliminary phase of the Cabinda Refinery construction came to a completion in May this year, with the demining, clearing and levelling of 93.9 acres of land in which the facility will be built until 2023.
[FrontPageAfrica] SINOE COUNTY in fulfilment of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between Golden Veroleum (Liberia) Inc. (GVL) and the people of Butaw, GVL has completed the construction works of US$120,000 eight classroom annex and a teacher quarters at the Butaw Junior High School for the elevation of the school to Senior High School level.
[New Dawn] The National Christian Council of Liberia (NCCL) is expected to build a prayer altar on the grounds of the Capitol, home of Liberia's legislators.Speaking at a souvenir program for an intercessory service for the Legislature and to battle against the coronavirus, NCCL president Rev. J. Rudolph Marsh, Sr. calls on Montserrado County District #1 Rep. Lawrence Morris to get 12 representatives of like mind to form part of the prayer team.
[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Asma Mohamed Abdalla, Tuesday sent a message to the head of the Security Council which included an explanation of Sudan's position on developments related to the Renaissance Dam negotiations and details of the initiative recently adopted by Sudan and represented in the contacts made by the Prime Minister, Dr. Abdalla Hamdouk, with his counterparts in Egypt and Ethiopia that culminated in the agreement to resume the negotiations at the level of the irrigation ministers.
[VOA] Demolition of Accra's iconic James Town fishing community began late last month, to construct a China-funded multi-million-dollar fishing harbor. Local authorities pulled down over 300 temporary and permanent structures, including businesses, a school, and places of worship in the largely poor, densely populated area. While many are excited about the prospect of development, the demolition has also raised fears for already precarious livelihoods.
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[Vanguard] Bauchi -Bauchi State governor, Bala Mohammed has expressed his desire to meet an 85-year-old grandmother who requested to thank him personally over road construction in her area after Vanguard's interview.
[SAnews.gov.za] Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille has appealed to companies to exercise extreme vigilance to ensure the health and safety of employees as more businesses open, including the construction industry.
[GroundUp] Contractors must accept responsibility for securing the site, says City
[Ghanaian Times] Construction of 88 district hospitals across the country as part of government's efforts to improve access to healthcare is expected to begin in the next two months, Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has said.
[Daily Trust] Lagos -Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Saturday flagged off the construction of the long-awaited 8.75 kilometre-long regional road in Lekki region.
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