Railway Corporation generates N5.70bn from passengers in 2021 | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News
The report revealed that the total revenue generated from passengers in 2020 was N1.75 billion.The 2021 revenue, the NBS said, represents a 226.44 per cent increase.The report revealed that the total revenue generated in 2020, amounting to a 226.44 per cent increase.
The bureau said that over 2.7 million passengers travelled by train in 2021 compared to 1 million recorded in 2020, representing a 166.03 per cent increase.Similarly, the report showed a total of 168,301 tonnes of goods were transported in 2021 as against 87,440 recorded in 2020, showing a growth rate of 92.48 per cent.Read more: The Guardian Nigeria »
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This is contained in the NBS Rail Transportation Data for 2021 released in Abuja on Wednesday.Osagie Ehanire The Minister of Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire, disclosed this on Monday in Abuja at the bi-weekly Ministerial Press briefing on COVID-19 and other infectious diseases in the country.He spoke in Lagos during the launch of his book, Nigeria Beyond Buhari, to inquire into the future of the country and its leadership.Too many parents and families are going through untold turmoil with their sons and daughters that are idle at home as a result of the unending strike.
The report revealed that the total revenue generated from passengers in 2020 was N1.75 billion. Following the announcement of the disbursement of the sum to the Ministry of Health for the development of the COVID-19 vaccine, the Joint Committee scheduled a meeting with the Ministers of Finance and Health for clarifications on the funds. The 2021 revenue, the NBS said, represents a 226. Azonobi said the President Muhammadu Buhari administration deserved some credit for laying a foundation for the country to compete favourably with developed nations in the nearest future.44 per cent increase. On April 21, 2022, President Muhammadu Buhari, directed the Minister of Health, to submit a progress report by the end of May 2022 on the indigenous production of vaccines in the country. The report revealed that the total revenue generated in 2020, amounting to a 226. Before he knew it, the young man left home and travelled to Abuja.
44 per cent increase. “The country has been making use of donated vaccines,“ he said, indicating that Nigeria has learnt key lessons from the pandemic, including that countries must look inward for medical supplies and other health commodities. The bureau said that over 2.7 million passengers travelled by train in 2021 compared to 1 million recorded in 2020, representing a 166. We have the ones that the government has procured that we are yet to use.03 per cent increase. Similarly, the report showed a total of 168,301 tonnes of goods were transported in 2021 as against 87,440 recorded in 2020, showing a growth rate of 92. “So we have brought together all our experts, including the producers of vaccines and manufacturers to find a way to have the technology in case of future outbreaks. The catalogue of arrests is long.
48 per cent. In addition, the report showed the revenue generated from goods in 2021 amounted to N317. The minister said that the Technical Working Group (TWG) on local vaccine manufacturing would pursue that avenue for research and development.57 million, higher by 12.87 per cent compared to N281. There is also research going on in different countries trying to find the same vaccines and Nigeria wants to be part of that research, such as development efforts.35 million in 2020. The commission in a statement issued by its spokesman, Wilson Uwujaren, said four of the suspects were released as no incriminating item was found on them.
“Other income receipts in 2021 stood at N66.” Speaking on Mr President’s directive, Ehanire said the directive was given when the leadership of the Nigerian Integrated Biopharmaceuticals Industries Consortium, visited him to discuss vaccine manufacturing in the country.80 million, higher than the N5.19 million recorded in the preceding year. NAN recalls that the West Africa Health Organisation (WAHO) had said “boosting local vaccine production will save lives, boost public health and strengthen the region’s economy.” In this article .