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Personnel of Julius Berger Nigeria Plc during the Final Inspection of the Completed Section of the Kara End to Berger Bus Stop of the Lagos – Ibadan Expressway by officials of the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing on Saturday, 29th February 2020.
Cross Section of the Completed Section of the Kara End to Berger Bus Stop of the Lagos – Ibadan Expressway during a final Inspection by officials of the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing on Saturday, 29th February 2020.
Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, Engr. Adedamola Kuti (2nd right), a Deputy Director in the Ministry of Works and Housing, Engr. Kayode Ibrahim (2nd left),Regional Technical Manager, Region West, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc , Mr Thomas Balzuweit (right) and Project Manager, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, Mr Thomas Chirstl (left) and others during the Final Inspection of the Completed Section of the Kara End to Berger Bus Stop of the Lagos – Ibadan Expressway by officials of the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing on Saturday, 29th February 2020.

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