Nigerian access road issue remains

“The port is a place that should be exclusively for port operations,” Mr Folarin said (image is for illustrative purposes only) Photo: jbdodane/flickr/CC BY-NC 2.0

Attempts by the Nigerian government to mend access roads to the country’s Lagos Port Complex and Tin Can Island Port Complex to address the issue of port congestion might result in the problem going away for around four or five years only to return in a worse state than at ...

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