Lagos Chamber of Commerce decry state of ports’ access roads
By Abiodun Ogundairo
31 January 2018 | 2:35 pm
Muda Yusuf, Director General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce joins CNBC Africa to discuss the impact of the poor port access on businesses.
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