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Lawmakers Applaud LADOL’s Giant Local Content Stride

Lawmakers Applaud LADOL’s Giant Local Content Stride

Ladol Oil and Gas Free Zone (LFZ), operators of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics (LADOL) base, has been described as one of the success stories of the local content administration in the country.

The appraisal was made in Lagos on Wednesday by the House of Representatives and Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCMB), during a joint tour of the base by top legislators from the House Committee on Local Content as well as management of the board.

Chairman of the House Committee Hon. Emmanuel Ekon and Executive Secretary of the Content Board, Obah Patrick, who took turns to address journalists after the tour, expressed pleasant surprise at the development of the facility, saying their visit was a testimony of the commendable operations at the zone.

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