Nigerian authorities move to tackle corruption at seaports

Owing to corruption and other issues, Nigeria is losing about $2.8bn annually to competitors.

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    Nigeria has been trying to grab a larger share of the traffic in West African waters.

    However, despite some improvements, its ports are still considered some of the worst in the world because of delays, corruption and a lack of infrastructure.

    And that means it's losing about $2.8bn every year to competitors.

     

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from Lagos.


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