Dangote Group and MTN Telecommunications have been granted approval by the federal government to reconstruct the 110 km Enugu-Onitsha expressway.
This follows the President Muhammadu Buhari’s approval for 14 additional roads project to be constructed through the Road Infrastructure Tax Credit Scheme.
Dangote Industries Limited is to engage in the construction of the deep seaport access road through Epe to Sagamu-Benin Expressway; the construction of Kaaba -Ekiti Boundary Road in Kogi/Ekiti States; the re-construction of Ohalia Arochukwu road in Abia/Akwa Ibom States; and the re-construction of Enugu -Onitsha Expressway Road, Enugu/Anambra States, totaling 271.72km.
BUA Group is to construct Bode Saadu road and bridges; Kosubosu in kwara State; Lafiagi road and bridge, bachita Kwara State; Eyenkorin road and bridge, Offa in Kwara/Osun States, and Bukuro Road and Bridges, Okuta in Kwara linking to Benin Republic/Osun States totalling 294km.
Access Bank Plc is to construct Oniru axis road of Victoria-Island Lekki traffic circulation (5km) while GZI Industries Ltd. is to re-construction of Umueme Village Road, Obingwa Local Government Area of Abia State (3.7km).
The Mainstream Energy Solutions Ltd. is to construction of Malando- Garin Baka Baka-Ngaskl-Wara road, in Niger/Kebbi State; engage in construction of Sabon Gari Yuni- Shagwa-Auna Road in Niger State (45.42km); and rehabilitation of Mokwa-Nasarawa Road in Niger State. All these total 207.87km.
Transcorp Group is to construct Oyigbo-Izuoma-Mirinwayi-Oklama- Afam Road in Oyigbo Local Government Area of Rivers State (13.5km); while MTN Nigeria Telecommunications Ltd is to construction of Enugu-Onitsha Expressway Road (110km).