Buhari in Lagos for two-day working visit, Commission First of it’s kind Lekki Deep sea Project


President Muhammadu Buhari has arrived in Lagos for a two-day working visit with the theme “Lagos Festival of Projects.”

During this time, he will officially launch a number of projects, including the Lekki Deep Sea Port and the Imota Rice Mill.

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At 3:40 p.m., the Nigerian Airforce plane carrying the president touched down in the presidential wing of Lagos’ Murtala Muhammed International Airport, where dignitaries were waiting to greet him.


His chief host Babajide Sanwoolu, the state governor, and his deputy Hamzat Obafemi were among those who met the president at the airport.

Abike Dabiri, the former governor of Ekiti State, Kayode Fayemi, the governor of Ogun State, and others were also part of the delegation that greeted the president on arrival.

Buhari inspected the guards of honor during a brief ceremony at the airport before leaving to officially open the Lekki Deep Sea Port.


The Lekki Deep Sea Port is the largest port in Nigeria and one of the largest in sub-Saharan Africa.

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It is situated about 65 kilometers to the east of Lagos city and spans 90 hectares of land bordered on the south by the Atlantic Ocean.

The John Randle Centre for Yoruba Culture and History, the MRS Lubricant Factory in Apapa, and the 18.75km, six-lane rigid-pavement Eleko Junction to Epe Expressway are also scheduled for openings.


The governor of Lagos State will host President Buhari to a state dinner following the cutting of the tape.


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