The prospect of Lekki Deep Seaport
A few days ago, Lagos State governor, Mr Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, signed the $629 million financing facility aimed at the completion of the Lekki Deep Seaport project.
According to the agreement, in 30 months, Nigeria’s first deep seaport will be delivered in Lekki.
The signing of the agreement has, no doubt, put to rest all kinds of reservations concerning the speedy delivery of the seaport venture.
The Lekki port would become the first deep seaport in Nigeria and the container transportation hub in Africa.
The recent signing of the $629 million financing facility, thus, offers a new impetus for socio-economic growth in the state and especially Ibeju lekki.
The Sanwo-Olu administration is resolutely committed to a private sector-driven economy.
Where the private sector sets agenda, make things happen and probably drive the public sector.
The project is strategic for the economic growth of Lekki Free Zone.
Subsequently, The Lekki deep seaport would support the massive industrial and petrochemical complex being embarked on.
With Lekki Airport in view, there will be an emergence of a Harbour City.
Which would be internationally connected by air and also with world-class integrated transport network of roads, rail and bridges.
Undoubtedly, the vast gain would stem from the Lekki deep seaport.
as it is particularly anticipated to make life more comfortable for Lagosians.
Aside from improving the quality of life of the people.
Over 3000 workers are expected to work in the news Lekki Deep Sea Port.
For these workers, Schools is needed, hospitals, churches homes needed for shelter, the mini business would Spring up.
Apart from this, foreign perpetrates will reside in the area which will later increase rental value in the environment.
Hence, ROI on whatever property invested in now will be over 500% on Investment.
These are the prospect of Lekki Deep Seaport