AFTER ASKING FOR 195MIL DOLLAR AND RECEIVING IT FOR MARITIME SECURITY IN 2017, AMAECHI AGAIN ASKS FOR ANOTHER 22.99MIL DOLLARS FROM FG FOR THE SAME PURPOSE

Eromosele Abiodun In a move that has raised eyebrows in government circles, and among stakeholders, Minister of Transportation Rotimi Amaechi is seeking a whopping $22.99 million from the federal government to hire fast intervention vessels to tackle insecurity in Nigerian waters, THISDAY has learnt. This Read More …

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY SHOULDN’T HAVE APPROVED CHINESE LOANS OVER SOVEREIGNTY CLAUSE SAYS INTRANSIGENT AMAECHI

The Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Amaechi has again questioned the National Assembly’s position on the country’s loan agreements with China. Amaechi dispelled the notion that Nigeria’s sovereignty has been signed off to China in the process of obtaining the loans. He wondered why the National Read More …

THE CHINESE LOANS AND HOW THEY ENTANGLE MANY COUNTRIES THROUGH DEBT TRAP DIPLOMACY: WHY AMEACHI WILL NOT WANT NASS TO PROBE THE TERMS, WHY NIGERIANS SHOULD NOT KEEP QUIET NOW

The Nigerian press has been awash with concern about the terms of some loans contracted with or about to be contracted with China. The Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, even called on legislators to “look the other way” rather than conduct their due diligence on Read More …

NDDC CRISIS: HOW BATTLE FOR SUPREMACY BETWEEN AKPABIO AND AMAECHI, DELTA 2023 GUBER RACE ALL FUEL LOOTING AND POWERPLAY

PORT HARCOURT – A deeper investigation by Sunday Independent into the crisis engulfing the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) has exposed multiple components carefully or­ chestrated by powerful forces beyond the Niger Delta region. According to our sources, these forces are merely using the services Read More …

AMAECHI SPEAKS ON BAN ON OKADA, TRICYCLE, SAYS IT MAY LEAD TO INCREASE IN CRIME

Temidayo Akinsuyi, Lagos Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi on Monday said Lagos State governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu must have considered the interest of a greater percentage of Lagosians before deciding to ban Okada and tricycles in some parts of the state. Speaking on Channels Television programmed Read More …