Author: Eromosele Ebhomele SHARE ON FACEBOOK SEND VIA EMAIL – Mr Babatunde Fashola, the works, power and housing minister, faced a panel of lawmakers over allegation he incited the public recently against them – Fashola also received a letter from construction giant Julius Berger announcing it is suspending work on the Lagos-Ibadan highway Minutes after Mr Babatunde Fashola, Nigeria’s works, housing and power minister visited the House of Representative to state why he responded publicly to allegations by some of the lawmakers, construction giant, Julius Berger, announced it was stopping work on the Lagos-Ibadan highway. Julius Berger made its intention known in a letter to the works ministry saying its decision is hinged on the cut in the budget allocated for the fixing of the road by the National Assembly.

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