NPA successfully berths first commercial vessel at $1.5bn Lekki Port


The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA)  says  it successfully berthed the first commercial vessel at the Lekki Deep Sea Port on Sunday.

NPA made this known in a post on its Twitter handle on Sunday.

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It reads, ”Ahead of the President’s commissioning of @LekkiPort for commercial operations tomorrow, one of the largest container vessels, the CMA-CGM, has berthed at the port.

“Once more, @NigerianPorts has proven that it is prepared to offer marine services for seamless port operations.,” it said.

President Muhammed Buhari is scheduled to officially inaugurate the $1.5 billion Lekki Deep Seaport, for commercial operations in Lagos.

The Lekki Deep Seaport is a state-of-the-art facility, the largest seaport and one of the biggest in West Africa.

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