Kano-Port Harcourt Train Services Commence Operation


The rail line has commenced operation twelve years after FG launched its revitalisation project.

The first Kano-Port Harcourt mixed services was in 1914, technically carrying both passenger and goods from the north to southern part of Nigeria.

The mixed service train will leave Kano to Port Harcourt every Thursday and from Port Harcourt to Kano every Tuesday.

Two 68-seater air conditioned modern first class passenger couches had been put in place to traverse a rail distance of 1,139 kilometres, stretching from Kano to Port Harcourt, with stops at some cities across Kano, Kaduna and Benue among other states in the south.

At the commissioning ceremony of the new trains in Kano on Thursday, the Managing Director of the Nigeria Railway Cooperation (NRC), Adesiyi Asijuwade, said train services in Nigeria was back on track.

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