In this Photo taken, Friday, March . 8, 2013, Nigeria policeman board an Ooni of Ife train to provide security for passengers traveling to Kano, in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigeria reopened its train line to the north Dec. 21, marking the end of a $166 million project to rebuild portions of the abandoned line washed out years earlier. The state-owned China Civil Engineering Construction Corp. rebuilt the southern portion of the line, while a Nigerian company handled the rest. ( AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)

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In this Photo taken, Friday, March . 8, 2013, Nigeria policeman board an Ooni of Ife train  to provide security for passengers traveling to Kano, in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigeria reopened its train line to the north Dec. 21, marking the end of a $166 million project to rebuild portions of the abandoned line washed out years earlier. The state-owned China Civil Engineering Construction Corp. rebuilt the southern portion of the line, while a Nigerian company handled the rest. ( AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)
In this Photo taken, Friday, March . 8, 2013, Nigeria policeman board an Ooni of Ife train to provide security for passengers traveling to Kano, in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigeria reopened its train line to the north Dec. 21, marking the end of a $166 million project to rebuild portions of the abandoned line washed out years earlier. The state-owned China Civil Engineering Construction Corp. rebuilt the southern portion of the line, while a Nigerian company handled the rest. ( AP Photo/Sunday Alamba)
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