Nigeria : The President Muhammadu Buhari commissions Lekki Deep Sea Port

On Monday January 23, 2023, the President Muhammadu Buhari officially inaugurated the Lekki Deep Sea Port, in Lagos, Nigeria, in the presence of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, the Minister of Transportation, Muazu Sambo, the Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Ciu Jianchun, top government officials and traditional rulers, etc.

This project with an investment in excess of $1.5 billion is a Joint Venture between the Federal Government of Nigeria through the Nigerian Ports Authority (5%), Lagos State Government (20%), the Tolarams Group, the owner of the Lagos Free Zone (22.5%), and China Harbour Engineering Company (52.5%).

The Lekki Deep Sea Port is Nigeria’s first deep sea port and first fully automated port, equipped with … READ MORE HERE

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