NNPC CEO Mele Kyari reiterated the minister’s target, adding that all hands are on deck to bring the refinery back onstream.
Mr Pate said the boxes would be deployed at appropriate designated high-population areas such as airports.
The junior minister said that the federal government was investing heavily in critical infrastructure, including roads, ports, and energy.
Ms Khan said that for Nigeria to achieve the roadmap for the WASH sector, the funding gaps must be closed.
Mr Lokpbiri gave the assurance on Friday during a facility inspection of the refinery.
The ministers were sworn in nine batches.
Mr Ahmed explained that most of the dams in its catchment states were completed while a few others are ongoing.
Mr Agba said that the application would enable Nigerians within the country and in the diaspora track execution of government projects.
The 2023 population and housing census earlier scheduled for March 29 was shifted to May 3-7 by Mr Buhari.
They, however, appealed for the speedy completion of other projects in the senatorial districts.