Buhari commissions Abuja metro line

President @MBuhari stopped to inspect the #AbujaMetro Control Centre at the Idu Metro Station. He is currently in transit to the Airport Metro Station. {photo credit: Official Twitter handle of the Nigerian government]
President @MBuhari stopped to inspect the #AbujaMetro Control Centre at the Idu Metro Station. He is currently in transit to the Airport Metro Station. {photo credit: Official Twitter handle of the Nigerian government]

President Muhammadu Buhari has launched the Abuja metro rail line.

Mr Buhari launched the line Thursday Morning at the new metro station in Central Business District (CBD), Abuja.

After the launch, the president and other dignitaries and journalists took a ride from the CBD metro station to Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport.

The rail line is the first phase of a metro line for Nigeria’s capital city.

It will also be the first functional metro rail in the Nigerian capital.

Details later…


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