Mohammed said food vendors would be allowed back into the port after a dislodgement
exercise to rid the premises of unwanted businesses.
comfortably for port users and workers.
police and other service providers at the port who requested that few food
vendors be allowed back.
the choice of food canteen operators that will be allowed back.
would be a part of the exercise to ensure proper adherence to food safety
be required to pay a levy because they will use the NPA’s amenities like
electricity, water and waste disposal facilities.
inside the port after the dislodgement of squatters from the port, will have to
pay some money to the NPA.
water and waste disposal services provided by the NPA.
with the little they will be required to pay,” Mohammed said.
exercise of the port, to send away operators of small businesses such as food
vending, without proper authorization by the NPA.
agencies like the Police and the Nigeria Customs Service, that some of the food
canteen operators could remain in the port, but with proper authorisation.