FEC Approves Allocations For Roads, Power, Education, Others

FEC Approves Allocations For Roads, Power, Education, Others

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Added by December 21, 2017

The Federal Executive Council (FEC)on Wednesday met for its weekly meeting and resolved to make available N377bn for projects in different sectors.

The meeting, which lasted over six hours and was postponed until today, a first, saw the approval of N377.53bn for road construction, power, education, water and others.

Speaking to State House correspondents at the end of yesterday’s meeting, the Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, said the council approved the completion of Police Service Commission headquarters in Abuja.

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