The Nigerian Port Authority (NPA) has assured stakeholders that it would not relent in its efforts at ensuring optimal utilization of the organization facilities at all locations with a view to generating greater dividends for the country through the seaports.
NPA Managing Director, Hadiza Bala Usman made this known when the NPA executive management team inspected its facilities at Tarkwa Bay area of Lagos.
She identified the possibility of green field development and foreign direct investments at the location.
She said NPA would rehabilitate the Lagos Light House at Tarkwa Bay “in order to prioritise the possibility of deploying of an Automatic Identification System at the location.
This she said would enhance smooth navigation to approaches of Lagos ports by vessels calling at the ports.
Usman said that the revitalisation of Tarkwa Bay and optimal use of the facilities there would create more employment opportunities.
The NPA MD stated that the Executive Management of the organization is
She said NPA was discussing with stakeholders to ensure removal of encumbrances on the facility.
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