We highlight 6 major economic developments at Ibeju Lekki on this post.
In our previous post ”The Prospect of Lekki Deep Seaport” we listed out possible developments in that area.
There was also news about how the Governor of the State, Mr Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, signed the $629 million financing facility aimed at the completion of the Lekki Deep Seaport project.
Certainly, this is no joke as Ibeju Lekki is fast becoming an open and developed space.
Here are the 6 major economic developments at Ibeju Lekki
Firstly, the refinery is expected to be the world’s largest single-train facility, estimated to cost $9bn.
Which also means more employment, accessibility and economical growth in Ibeju Lekki and Lagos State as a whole.
It is the first privately owned free trade zone in Nigeria and the biggest in West Africa.
For a start, 2 million to 5 million passengers are expected to fly per annum.
On the other hand, It’s dubbed as the deepest port in Africa and expected to create about 170,000 direct jobs.
The 4th mainland bridge is a proposed four-lane dual carriageway, estimated to cost N844 billion.
So it is between Dubai and the Lagos State government. The deal is expected to import Dubai’s innovative prowess to develop the Ibeju Lekki axis.
In other words, the value of real estate properties at Ibeju Lekki is expected to triple in the next 10years.
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