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Ghana Players Arrive Nigeria, FG Permits Early Closure Of Work

by Austin Areh
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One of the major prerequisites of achieving a blueprint for a mega city is the ease and flow of the transportation network that facilitates the movement of people, their goods and services. States that have longterm goals of attaining the status of a commercial hub and a reference point for technological growth always have an undertone to ensuring that the idea comes to light with the right transportation system or structure.

For mega cities across the world, there is a combination of road, water, air, rail systems inculcated into the futuristic perspective of balancing development with the growing population. While trying to build such a network for easy movement of goods and services , it is also important to understand the roles of social activities in creating the generally needed balance in the society .

A binding factor in the current space of time is sporting activities, this is because sports is used as a connecting factor between nation states , and helps in collaborations to foster growth and development from the social perspective. While the Nigerian team went to Ghana and had a draw , it has been reported that the Ghanaian team is currently in Abuja, preparing for their March slated for 29th of March, 2022.

The Nigerian government on it’s end , has permitted that civil servants close by 1 pm, according to the memo signed by Dr. Ngozi Onwudiwe, on behalf on the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation. The super Eagles will play against the Black Stars of Ghana , in line with their qualification for the FIFA World Cup , Qatar 2022.

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