Mr Minister, why are you people having haphazard plans. You better concentrate in the completion of the refinery before jumping to this humongous project while the government does not have money. Finish the refinery and the by-product would reduce the cost of roads connecting the different states and this would generate some revenue for the government to execute the pipeline project.
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