Major marketers, tanker drivers and transport owners have commended the efforts of Western Navy Command through the joint Security Task Force for their timely intervention in clearing the Apapa gridlock menace that had hitherto proved impossible to clear and was becoming a festering sore in the operations of the Apapa Ports and businesses in the area, as well as daily commuting on the Apapa corridor.
They commended the FOC Western Naval Command of the Nigerian Navy, Rear Admiral SAG Abbah and the Commander of NNS Beecroft Commodore Okon Eyo for the clearance of the gridlock, which has opened up the Apapa area for more business operations to go on and for them to further deliver their services to Nigerians in a timely manner.
They all agreed that the efforts of the government through the security agencies deserve applause and should be encouraged, noting that the intervention not only helps the larger society but also helps improve the turn-around time of the downstream sector by reducing the turning around time for loading products from the depots and delivery of the products to retail outlets.
The Guardian, May 11, 2018
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