Nigeria and Cameroon collaborate to construct 1.5km boarder bridge linking the two countries


West African giants, Cameroon and Nigeria have strengthened their relationship with a 1.5km bridge meant to link the two countries.

The project is a joint effort that will see the financial burden taken by the two countries in a reported 50-50 affair.

Nigeria share boundaries with Cameroon being neighbors and now working hard together to make things easy for them in-terms of entry and exit.

Few hours ago Federal Minister of Works and Housing of Nigeria, Babatunde Fashola went to the site to inspect the work.

Reports from Nigeria indicates the project started on April 28, 2017 and was completed thus year at the cost of N35.9 billion.

During his inspection, Fashola said the construction of a new double lane bridge on the border between the two countries will facilitate free trade.

Nigeria is currently also constructing a railway network that will link the country with Niger.


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