Donald Duke, Ben Murray-Bruce Visit Lagos-Calabar Coastal Road Construction Site

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…Murray-Bruce Hails Project as “One of the Greatest Infrastructure Wonders of Our Time”

 

Nigerian entrepreneur and former Senator representing Bayelsa East Senatorial District (2015-2019), Ben Murray-Bruce, alongside his friend and former Governor of Cross River state, Donald Duke, on Wednesday embarked on a visit to the Lagos-Calabar coastal road construction site. The visit aimed to assess the progress and significance of this ambitious infrastructure project NEGROIDHAVEN can report.

During the recent visit, Murray-Bruce expressed awe at the magnitude and scope of the project, describing it as truly magnificent and unlike any other. He emphasized his belief that upon completion, the Lagos-Calabar coastal road will undoubtedly be recognized as one of the greatest infrastructure wonders of our time.

“Today, I visited the Lagos-Calabar coastal road construction site with my good friend, the former governor of Cross River State, H.E Donald Duke. The project is truly magnificent and unlike any other. Upon completion, it will undoubtedly be recognized as one of the greatest infrastructure wonders of our time”, observed Murray Bruce.

Ben visited the Lagos-Calabar coastal road construction site with former Cross River State Governor Donald Duke, praising it as a magnificent infrastructure project.

The Lagos-Calabar coastal road project holds immense importance for Nigeria’s transportation infrastructure, as it will significantly improve connectivity between the country’s eastern and western regions. Spanning a distance of approximately 700 kilometers and at N15.6 trillion, the road is set to enhance trade, tourism, and socio-economic development along Nigeria’s coastal belt.

Former Governor Duke, known for his visionary leadership in Cross River state, joined Murray-Bruce in commending the progress achieved thus far. Both dignitaries expressed optimism about the transformative impact the completed road will have on the region’s infrastructure landscape.