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Work begins on Nigeria’s China-funded US$2.8 billion gas pipeline

WorldNews Thursday, 2 July 2020
Work begins on Nigeria’s China-funded US$2.8 billion gas pipelineNigeria has started construction of a US$2.8 billion Chinese-funded pipeline that will boost energy supply in a country dogged by power shortages, despite being Africa’s largest oil and natural gas producer. The project – launched on Tuesday by President Muhammadu Buhari with a virtual flag-off...
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