Bumpy Road as Nigeria Exporters Suffer U.S.$10 Billion Losses

The ongoing Apapa Road gridlock is causing headaches for exporters of fresh produce and other goods as they are losing U.S.$10 billion annually, the National President of Cashew Farmers Association of Nigeria, Tola Faseru, has said.


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