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.
Premium Times, 30 July 2018
Tola Faseru, National President, Cashew Farmers Association of Nigeria, says that exporters of agricultural produce and other goods are losing about 10 billion dollars annually to… Read more »
Traffic gridlock on Apapa Road, Lagos.
Vanguard, 28 July 2018
President, Association of Good Leadership Advocates Peace Development, Lagos, Dr Olusegun Ologbese has berated the Federal Government for insensitivity to the Apapa gridlock in… Read more »
Guardian, 30 July 2018
The Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) officials at the weekend shut down five illegal bonded terminals and five other buildings in Ajegunle area of the state to ensure… Read more »
Vanguard, 30 July 2018
The hopelessness of the lingering traffic-congestion in Apapa and environs is underscored by the fact that it has so far defied all solutions, including interventions by various… Read more »
This Day, 30 July 2018
The Lagos State Government at the weekend shut down five bonded terminals located within residential areas in Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government Area (LGA), and explained that the… Read more »
The idea is to pull down the existing structures, and expand the station towards the seaport for easy access to ferry goods from the sea to the rail line and then to the town, ... Read more »
The decision has been taken to ease the gridlock created by trucks and vehicles along the Oshodi-Apapa Expressway. The Third Mainland Bridge was scheduled to close for repairs from ... Read more »