Gateway Airport to Transform Transportation in South-West Nigeria: Gbajabiamila

The Chief of Staff to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Femi Gbajabiamila, has expressed his confidence in the Gateway International Agro Cargo and Passenger Airport, located in Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, stating that it will serve as a transportation hub for other states in the South-West region of Nigeria.
During a recent visit to the airport, Gbajabiamila highlighted the potential of the project to revolutionize air transportation in the region and the country as a whole.
He praised Governor Dapo Abiodun for his commitment to the project, emphasizing its potential to drive the economy of Ogun State, neighboring states, and Nigeria as a whole.
The airport is expected to significantly improve the ease of doing business in the state, which in turn will have a positive impact on the overall economy.
The development of the Gateway International Agro Cargo and Passenger Airport is part of a broader effort to modernize and improve Nigeria’s transportation infrastructure.
Gbajabiamila’s remarks come at a time when the Nigerian government is actively seeking to attract investment and promote economic growth throughout the country.
The airport, once completed, will not only serve as a vital transportation hub but also as a symbol of Nigeria’s commitment to progress and development.
As the Gateway International Agro Cargo and Passenger Airport nears completion, it is poised to play a crucial role in transforming transportation in the South-West region of Nigeria, providing new opportunities for growth and development in the years to come.
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