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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TASKS NPA TO GENERATE MORE REVENUE FOR THE NATION                                                                                                                                         19-04-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                              The House of Representatives has emphasized the need for terminal operators at the Nation’s sea ports to collaborate with relevant government agencies to enhance revenue generation in the maritime sector.
At a meeting in Abuja, the Chairman House of Representatives’ Committee on Ports and Harbour, Nnolim Nnaji, underscored the importance of boosting the internally generated revenue IGR, of the Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA and the need for all revenue leakages to be blocked.
He restated government’s commitment to revitalize ports with an investment exceeding one billion dollars.
According to Nnolim Nnaji, the nation can no longer rely on oil as the major source of revenue emphasizing the pivotal role of the maritime sector, particularly the NPA, in driving revenue for the country’s infrastructure development.
The Chairman House Committee on Ports and Harbour, reiterated the support of the committee to provide the necessary legislation and over sight function to enhance service delivery.

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