BREATHTAKING! 5 Wow Constructions Across Nigeria By The Buhari Administration, No 5 Will Steal Your Heart Away

Here we present you 5 breathtaking constructions across Nigeria currently been undertaken by the Buhari Administration. Some have been completed while the others are still under construction but nevertheless still a breath to behold.

1.The Port Harcourt International Airport plays a very important role in the economy of the country. This is because it is located in Port Harcourt, at the centre of the country’s oil and gas industry. The Oil and Gas industry contributes 85 per cent of government revenue and over 90 per cent of total exports from the country in terms of value.

The new Port Harcourt Airport International Terminal, completed and commissioned October 2018.

The new Port Harcourt International Airport

2. Enugu—Port Harcourt Expressway (Sections 1–4)‬: Lokpanta—Umuahia Tower, under rehabilitation


3. Photos of the ongoing construction work on the Second Niger Bridge linking Onitsha in Anambra and Asaba in Delta, across the River Niger (Comprises 1.6km Bridge and 10.3km Highway).

It’s being funded by the $650m Presidential Infrastructure Development Fund (PIDF) established earlier in 2018. The other ongoing PIDF projects are the Abuja – Kaduna – Zaria – Kano Highway and the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. Will share photos.

Work is currently ongoing in Onitsha

4. New Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge Railway Line under construction. Pictures below show the first part of the construction as it is part of the new Lagos-Kano line. Once Lagos-Ibadan is completed, work will start on Ibadan-Kano section.

Ten Stations between Lagos and Ibadan, as follows:

Lagos Main (Ebute Metta)


5. Number 5 on this list is the Nnamdi Azikiwe’s Mausoleum in Anambra State: The contract was originally awarded in 1996, twenty-two years ago.

Between 1996 and 2012, it was awarded a total of four times, abandoned each time. The funds were either stolen or squandered. Zik’s Family endlessly lamented the abandonment.

Nnamdi Azikiwe’s Mausoleum in Anambra State