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  1. we concentrate all import activities on Lagos port because the government do not want to develop other parts of the country, up-to 80% of goods imported into the country goes to the south Eastern part of the country yet such ports as the ones in the south south of the country are idle. the Easterners cannot transport the imported goods by rail because the government do not want to extend rail services to the east, yet they have the biggest market in west Africa. I wonder when Nigeria will be one.

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