President Muhammadu Buhari said on Wednesday that he was saddened by the Apapa gridlock, especially the toll it had taken on business in the Lagos area.
He spoke during a meeting with the leadership of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry led by its Chairman, Mr Babatunde Ruwase, in Abuja.
However, he expressed hope in the ongoing efforts by the Federal Government and the Lagos State Government to end the gridlock.
“I must admit the Apapa gridlock still remains a challenge. It saddens me that businesses have had to suffer as a result of this. Read more