Nigeria on the brink of major ports privatisation?


The introduction of private sector management in the Nigerian port sector is reaching a critical phase. The country’s trade union movement has long opposed the implementation of the port landlord model because of expected job losses. Yet progress is now being made on two fronts: the first tenders have been launched to manage existing Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) facilities, while new ports are set to be developed by foreign companies.

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