From Suleiman Idris, Lagos
Six fresh cargo terminals being constructed across Nigeria will be completed in 16 months so that Nigeria can begin to benefit from the £2 billion perishable cargo market in Africa.
Managing Director of Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN), Engr. Saleh Dunoma said this while delivering a paper at the 4th Annual Emerging Airports Conference & Exhibition taking place Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirate.
He called on foreign investors to take advantage of the fertile investment climate and invest in the Nigerian aviation sector.
He also described the massive re-modelling projects across its 22 network across Nigeria as a veritable foundation for investments in the sector.
“Opportunities abound in the Aerotropolis project where investors are guaranteed return on their investments.” He told the gathering.
He invited investors to be part of the Aerotropolis and fresh produce market and described Nigeria’s rating as the 26th economy in the world as a clear indication that Nigeria is taking its pride of place as the truly Africa business destination.