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Ondo port is a necessity- Akeredolu

Technocrat Media Nigeria

AKURE – Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu, SAN, has advocated for the need to make Ondo port a reality if the nation was truly committed to doing what is right.

Mr. Akeredolu said the Sunshine state has every advantage to have a deep seaport considering the unique deepest draught in the state.

He stated that the state’s waterways need no dredging, noted that the state government has completed every necessary studies on the proposed deep sea port.

The governor spoke in Akure on Tuesday while receiving participants of the senior course 43, 2021 of the National Institute for Policy and Strategies Studies (NIPSS) led by the Director of Studies of the institute, Professor Funmi Para-Mallam, mni.

The participants visited Ondo as part of their study tours.

Mr. Akeredolu disclosed that investors; Dubai Wharf and China Harbour have expressed interest in developing Ondo seaport.

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