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Senior citizens kick as China coy demolish Nigeria Railway quarters

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By Olayinka Ajayi
agos—THE  National Association of the Nigerian Railway Senior Citizens, NANRSC, has called on President Muhamadu Buhari to come to the rescue of the association due to the ongoing demolition of quarters by the Management of the Nigerian Railway in connection with the China Civil Engineering Corporation.

A moving train on the 68 percent completed railway track of the Abuja – Kaduna fast train project launched by Vice President Namadi Sambo in Abuja on Thursday

Speaking Monday in Lagos, National Chairman of NANRSC, Comrade Leshi Emmanuel urged the President Buhari -led administration to come to their rescue.

“Senior citizens of the Nigerian railway are deeply vexed that despite court orders, NRC management has been trespassing into the premises of the railway quarters harassing occupants with threats of eviction and demolition, rather than obey the existing judgement of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria. We have written several letters to appropriate authorities including President Muhamadu Buhari to come to our rescue but all to no avail.”

“The Railway Management and the Ministry of Transportation have decided to hand over the Nigerian Railway quarters to the Peoples Republic of China without recourse to laws of the Land smacks of impunity and contempt of court.”

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Leshi called on the Presidency to quickly intervene on their ordeal saying: ” We call on President Muhamadu Buhari GCFR , you have written your name in gold by restoring the lives of thousands of Nigerian Airways staff whose services were severed without their benefits after over thirteen years of loss of human dignity. You settled thousands of police officers who were dismissed for participating in the civil war. We demand that Nigeria Railway Corporation comply with the court judgement of Wednesdays 6th January, 2016.”

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