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December 31, 2022

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Everyone is building huge new trains, roads and cities nowadays. The entire world is looking towards the future and figuring out how to build that future right now for billions of dollars. While most of the world is looking to create either a cyberpunk future that looks right out of Blade Runner with more internet connectivity, drones and possibly even flying cars or a Black Panther future with wild futuristic architecture, a proper appreciation of culture and a cool style that revolutionizes how people think of cities, there are some areas that simply want to maintain the present so they have a viable future. Infrastructure problems are plaguing the entire world as roads need to be rebuilt, cities repaired and train systems utterly revamped from the ground up. It isn’t as cool as building a futuristic scifi city but it is twice as necessary.

That’s exactly what is happening in Nigeria, Africa right now. There has long been a much needed train line that will stretch across hundreds of miles and help millions of people. This train system may be essential but it has been a big point of controversy. It’s going to be a massive expenditure. Well over $10 billion and that’s just the estimate. So getting that kind of cash together has been a difficult process. Much more difficult than you likely think.

So what is the train and why is it such a big deal for Nigeria? More importantly, when, if ever, are we going to get to come aboard?! Only one way to find out!

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Written by: Jordan Phillips
Narrated by: Jordan Phillips
Edited by: Gonzo Lugo

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00:00 Intro
00:11 West-East Coastal Rail Line
04:07 Banking
08:00 Outro

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