NPA begins work on Tin-Can Port access road


NPAIn a move to consolidate on the gains recorded in the removal of illegal check/extortion points and shanties which hitherto led to traffic gridlock on Tincan Island Port access road, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has resumed rehabilitation work on the Port access road.

Speaking on the sidelines of the unscheduled spot check, Managing Director /CEO of NPA, Mohammed Bello Koko, said, “Our zero tolerance for all forms of impediments to free flow of traffic is no fluke, and we are poised to consolidate the gains we have recorded first in Apapa and now Tin-Can.

“We are grateful to the Honourable Minister of Marine & Blue Economy His Excellency Adegboyega Oyetola (CON) and the Lagos State Governor for the tremendous support we have received in this regard.”

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