Friday, 24 January 2020

AS LEKKI PORT SETS TO BEGIN FULL OPERATIONS IN 2022, BUY IBEJU LEKKI PLOTS OF LAND NOW

Nigerians, have you heard that full commercial operations will to commence at the Lekki Deep Seaport by 2022?  This was made known by the Technical Director of Lekki Port Enterprises Limited, Steven Heukelom. He stated this while taking newsmen on a facility tour of the port on a few days ago.

This seaport is located at the heart of Ibeju Lekki. This is where great developmental projects are currently going on. Very cheap plots of land here are being bought by super-smart investors owing to the fact that port operations and development are shifting from Apapa to Ibeju-Lekki. Any plot of land you buy in Ibeju-Lekki now will appreciate by excess of 200% in 2022.

Other notable attraction in this Ibeju Lekki include: Lekki Free Trade Zone, Dangote Refineries, Eleko Beach, New Epe International Airport, Eleganza Industrial Estate, Pan Atlantic University etc. Why don’t you buy plots of land now that it is very cheap and resell in 2022? For detailed information on how to buy plots of land at Ibeju Lekki, click: http://www.tectono-business.com/2019/07/have-share-of-new-lagos-by-investing-in.html

The Technical Director of Lekki Port Enterprises said the project, which started three years ago, would berth its first commercial vessel in the early part of 2022. “After operational readiness, delivery, testing and commissioning, the port will be ready to receive its first vessel,” he said.

While talking about the level of work done so far, Steven Heukelom said the port’s breakwater was about 50 per cent complete. The Lekki Port is being built on 90 hectares of land at the centre of the Lagos Free Trade Zone, approximately 60 km east of Lagos and will be the first deep water port in the West African country. Wow!!!

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The Lekki Port technical boss urged the Federal Government to develop infrastructural facilities, while also organising the traffic into Lekki axis to avoid a repeat of the Apapa port. “Only the private sector cannot address this challenge. We are challenging the government to line up infrastructure and organise the traffic in this axis,” he said.


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