Let me summarize it. Maersk is now (starting 2020) sending container ships direct from China to the Onne Port, without the need to first call at Lagos.

Now, when the ship berths in Onne, it will be offloaded and the containers going to Onitsha Port will be barged down.
Here we go, from the Maersk website:

Ship leaves Shanghai East Container Terminal, China on Sat October 10, arrives Onne Port Terminal on November 25.

Cargo leaves Onne December 1, arrives Clarion Terminal, Onitsha, December 2.

August 2020: “The Maerskline Stardelhorn vessel, with length overall of 300 metres and width of 48 metres, is the biggest-ever container vessel to berth at any Nigerian port. The vessel, which has a capacity of 9,971 (TEUs), is a flagship from Singapore.” allafrica.com/stories/202008…
July 2020: Memo presented at FEC, for revision of 2018 contract for supply & installation of 3 Rapiscan mobile cargo scanners. “Large-sized cargo scanners that’ll be placed in Onne, PH & TinCan Ports... scanners that can actually drive containers through.” google.com/amp/s/www.vang…
On the revival of Eastern Ports:

It’s clearly still work-in-progress, challenges go still dey but we are finally seeing the needle moving!

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I often see people on my TL saying FG is doing all its infrastructure work in the South, and others who insist the North is getting preferential treatment

That’s Nigeria for you in a nutshell. Constantly fueled by a sense of marginalization that is autonomous of reality

You will share news that a Port is being developed in the Niger Delta and someone from somewhere will say why isn’t the FG doing the same (ie building a Sea Port) in {insert sea-less Northern State} 😀
If you do communications for the Federal Government (& if you plan to do this anytime in the future),keep this in mind, that you will always have to deal with the people for whom alleging ‘project’ marginalization is a full-time job. It’s a big part of personal identity for many.
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Hashtags and social media campaigns have their place but the outcomes being expected will take more than hashtags to produce. For starters, it’d be interesting to know which CSOs/consultants were enlisted in this 2018 accountability mechanism. Its definitely time to re-engage (2) Image
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