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Saturday, 25 June 2016

Photos: VP Yemi Osinbajo, Gov Ambode, Ministers, take inspection tour of Dangote's Lekki Refinery, Petrochemical projects

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo alongside Lagos state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, and some Ministers took an inspection tour of the Dangote Lekki Refinery and Petrochemical projects today June 25th. Osinbajo after the inspection, said the project is an incredible industrial undertaken, being the largest and the most ambitious in Africa.


Osinbajo who was accompanied on the inspection by the Ministers for Finance, Kemi Adeosun; Solid Minerals, Dr. Kayode Fayemi and Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola and Industry, Trade and Investment, Okechukwu Enelamah, said the Gas Project upon completion has the capacity to produce about three billion cubic feet of gas daily, which would permanently address the two billion cubic feet daily gas required to power the country.
"This is incredible if that can be done because it would be a major strategic asset for Nigeria, It would boost our power supply tremendously," the Vice President said.
On his part, the Lagos state governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, said the project when completed would have great multiplier effects on the nation's economy:
"Firstly, there is a refinery project that is ongoing, second there is a petrochemical project that is also ongoing. There is pipeline transfer project that brings gas from Bonny down to Olokonla and down to Lekki and then the fourth one is the fertilizer project all in one location."
The governor said the projects would also be critical to the economic growth of the Lagos East and West Senatorial Districts which according to him, will be open to massive investment opportunities on completion.
Governor Ambode said the decision of the Vice President to lead the inspection visit to the projects was a signpost to the benefits inherent not just for the State but to the nation. He assured that his administration would provide the necessary support to ensure that the projects are completed within schedule.
"The coming of the Vice President to inspect this project is instructive and a sign post that the Federal Government is in support of what is going on us and the truth is this, we might not be able to show you all that is going on here but in another few weeks, we will do an aerial view of this project and also do a documentary because for the very first time we are going to have a Petrochemical project that is coming on stream by December 2017; a Refinery that is coming on stream by the first quarter of 2019 and also the Gas project that is coming on stream by 2018. You can just imagine or visualize what that means to the economy of Lagos," Governor Ambode said.
Ambode added that apart from the 135,000 direct jobs that will be created from the projects, another 100,000 indirect jobs would be generated while income accruable to the Federal Government would be in the region of over $500million in three years.
"It is important that we understand the debt of what has happened here and also use it as a platform to encourage other investors that Lagos is on the rise and the future of Lagos is very bright," the Governor said.
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46 comments:

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Unknown said...

Good one

Unknown said...

ok
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Unknown said...

Nice one! Linda take note!

Unknown said...

The same sure story.
Please almajiri dangote can u tell us when we gonna expect ur so called refinery? THIS DANGOTE REFINERY STORY IS AS OLD AS TERRORIST BUHARI SO AM NOT SURPRISE.















#sad indeed

Anonymous said...

south west on the rise...fuck Niger-delta

Unknown said...

Okay,,,,,nice one..... #Lindatakenote

Unknown said...

Issokay seen

Anonymous said...

When does dangote's refinery turns Nigeria's property....or is dangote building for Nigerian Government

Unknown said...

Dangote, well done 😊. Others are destroying while Lagos is building. Eko o ni baje o!

Anonymous said...

Linda I'll stop checking your fucking blog if you keeps holding my fucking comments....take note

Anonymous said...

Linda I'll stop checking your fucking blog if you keeps holding my fucking comments....take note

Ayo Ayo said...

Now I see the reason why there was huge traffic on Lekki road yesterday on my way to House on the rock. Can't they use chopper instead of plying the road? Nonsense.

Unknown said...

Ok seen

Unknown said...

Good to know

Unknown said...

Nice one.



says, Genevieve.

glo reseller said...

that great from dangote

Anonymous said...

This people have sell Nigeria to Dankote

Anonymous said...

This people have sell Nigeria to Dankote

Unknown said...

GOOD TO SEE








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Unknown said...

see how the VP is talking about Dangote's projects like one of APC's achievement... lol, always trying to steal people's efforts... shame..

Anonymous said...

Ambo dey pout for the last pic, abi him dey yimu?

Anonymous said...

Ambo dey pout for the last pic, abi him dey yimu?

Anonymous said...

Ambo dey pout for the last pic, abi him dey yimu?

LIB REP (中华人民共和国) said...

Ok good

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Pretty face said...

Ok

Anonymous said...

You will remain a fool forever.

Anonymous said...

Get sense pls.

Unknown said...

Eko. Onibaje,itesiwaju eko,we go threat all the niger. Delta People fuck up.

Anonymous said...

You are among the few Igbo patriots.

Unknown said...

Good development for Lagos state....Ambode be having deep thought in his mind..mehn enough tax too. Eko oni baje o

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

Nice one.

Unknown said...

Ambode is talking about Lagos economy not even 9ja. Weldone master dangote. U r a true son of the soil. God bless ur projects

Stoplisten said...

Niger delta pipo stop destroying ur home n start building plz...b4 una regret am

Yomi Ibironke said...

Once a pest will always be a pest. I wonder how youth like you reason.... Smh

Unknown said...

After the rege play the blues

Unknown said...

Niger Delta avengers... Keep blowing up your land..ur own land!!!

Anonymous said...

Forward-thinking Patriotic Nigerian businessman.
Laudable.With initiatives that are proactive like yours Alhaji Aliko Dangote ,there is indeed a ray of light at the end of the tunnel for future Nigeria.
One can only imagine the multiplier effects on the nation in terms of generating employment & revitalising our economy in some dimensions.
You have already made serious inroads into the growth & development of the nation by many of your diverse business interests & this can only catapult you further.
#God bless you
#God bless Nigeria
#God bless Good Leadership entrepreneurship skills
#God bless the people of Nigeria using their platform for call to service in the greater interest of the populace.
# God change the hearts of our leaders accumulating toxic possessions they call riches that has no use for them or anybody to be imbibed with a
sense of patriotism for the country.
#God bless the citizenry of Nigeria for their Prayers, faith,resilence,courage humour,patience in face of ALL for a nation that has not protected or nurtured it's own.

Anonymous said...

We are not supposed to depend on the govt For everything. Dis is a great project by Dangote. This will boost the economy of our nation. @freeborn.. pls stop commenting here.Cos all your comment doesn't make sense here. You expect a refinery project to be completed within a year? You are just opportune to have access to the internet

Unknown said...

I look forward to dis projects b completed asap.

Unknown said...

Hahaha. That got me mehn

Anonymous said...

half of u screaming SW eko blah blah arent even from lagos. what is happening in ur own land in osun? ekiti & ibadan?

Anonymous said...

We dey wait for you

Anonymous said...

Don't worry about them. Face your own business.

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