Dr Jude Igwemezie Latest Feat: Igbo Engineer Wins $500m Contract To Construct Rail Lines in Iraq

dr jude igwemezie latest feat


You want to know how Dr Jude Igwemezie latest feat shake not only Nigeria but the continent at large? continue reading you will definitely know why Igbo men are the best in everything they do.

The Igbo engineer from Nigerian, was trained in Canada, he’s the one handling a project that was depicted as vital one to the nation’s transport system.

Igwemezie said that getting contract in Iraq was simpler for him not at all like how he needed to campaign for quite a long time in Nigeria for only a MoU Another Nigerian, Jude Igwemezie, has accomplished incredible accomplishment on the worldwide scene as he won an astounding $500 million agreement for the development of rail lines in Iraq.

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Igwemezie is the head of TransGlobim Universal, the designing organization that the agreement was granted to.

As per The Manager Paper, the Nigerian architect got his preparation in Canada and is outstanding in the building scene.dr jude igwemezie latest feat

The train task is exceptionally huge to the nation as it would cover an extremely enormous spot in the city of Najaf and has been depicted an excellent vehicle framework.

Dr Jude Igwemezie Latest Feat

Jude Igwemezie said the Iraqi project will be completed in two different phases and will be done in three 3 years.

Source: UGC In another interview with another newspaper, he said the project will be finished in about three years which will be done in two different phases.

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Igwemezie said that the first part of the project will involve segment like design, construction and operation of the system to be deployed, while the second part will focus on the extension to Najaf airport.

The Nigerian said unlike in Nigeria where he was in conversation with government officials for many months, getting a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), with Iraqi officials it only took two months.

On his frustration to make inroad into the Nigerian market, he said:

“As a Diaspora person, I kept coming back, knocking, to help Nigeria. On the other hand I can’t knock forever.”

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