NIGERIA:EXPERT - $1.5 BILLION LEKKI DEEP SEAPORT WILL BOOST ECONOMY

[This Day] A maritime expert and professor at the Lagos Business School, Frank Ojadi, has called on the federal government to ensure perfect operations of deep Seaports in the country, particularly the Lekki Deep Seaport in Lagos, which is expected to kick off in the next two years.

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