Newly confirmed Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mohammed Bello-Koko, assures administration will pursue rehabilitation of decaying ports infrastructure.
Written by News Room on February 21, 2022
The newly confirmed Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mohammed Bello-Koko, has assured that his administration will pursue rehabilitation of decaying ports infrastructure.
Bello-Koko, in his acceptance address said he would also improve marine services, cut down expenditures and improve revenue among others.
Meanwhile, the NPA boss has also unveiled 24 new motorbikes to strengthen traffic monitoring and enforcement along the access roads to the Lagos Ports Complex and Tin-Can Island Port.
As landlord and technical regulator of the port, the NPA boss assured port operators and users that the Authority will continue to deploy innovative measures towards the elimination of all encumbrances preventing free movement of trade along the access roads to the port.
Port Manager, Lagos Ports Complex, Mrs. Olufunmilayo Olotu, said the launch of the motorbikes would improve traffic monitoring from Ijora, through Sifax Inland Container Terminal up to Mr. Biggs, linking Apapa to Tin-Can Island Port corridor.