NIGERIA: SENATE ASKS NIGERIAN GOVT. TO REVOKE N3.2 BILLION BENUE ROAD CONTRACT

[Premium Times] The Senate Committee on Works has asked the Nigerian government to revoke the N3.2 billion contract for the reconstruction of Wannue-Yadev road in Benue, citing alleged incompetence by the handler.

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