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Economy: Senate Tours Dangote Refinery And Key Projects In Lagos

The Nigerian Senate leadership, led by Senate President Godswill Akpabio, conducted a three-day visit to Lagos State, inspecting key projects in the oil and gas industry and exploring ways to enhance Nigeria’s economic growth.

The Senate leadership arrived in Lagos on Friday and attended a presentation at Eko Hotel, where they received an overview of the Dangote Group’s projects and their potential impact on Nigeria’s economy.

The Senate leadership visited the Dangote Refinery in Lekki, Lagos State, on Saturday. The refinery, Africa’s largest, has the potential to boost Nigeria’s economy and energy sector.

During the visit, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah, CON, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Petroleum (Downstream) and the Ad-hoc Committee investigating the Turn Around Maintenance (TAM) Projects of Nigerian Refineries, expressed his admiration for the refinery’s state-of-the-art facilities and equipment.

On Sunday, the Senate leadership again visited the Dangote Fertilizer Plants, Truck Assembling Plant and Ports, where they gained valuable insights into the production process and the facility’s potential to revolutionize Nigeria’s agricultural sector. The Dangote Fertilizer Plants are expected to reduce Nigeria’s reliance on imported fertilizers and boost the country’s food production.

The Dangote Refinery, Fertilizer Plant, Truck Assembling Plant and Ports are crucial projects that have the potential to transform our economy and energy sectors.

The 10th Senate leadership’s visit to the Dangote group is in line with its commitment towards supporting key projects in the oil and gas industry, in alignment with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda.

The Dangote refinery, as well as the three refineries presently undergoing Turn Around Maintenance, have the potential to revolutionize Nigeria’s oil and gas industry.

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