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Lekki Freeport, MWUN partner for industrial peace in maritime industry 

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Segun Oladipupo

Lekki Free Port (LFT) has announced that it has entered a strategic partnership with the Maritime Workers’ Union of Nigeria (MWUN) on sustaining industrial peace and harmony in the Nigerian maritime industry.

The partnership, according to a release made available to our correspondent by LFT, is part of measures to sustain peaceful co-existence and synergy in the industry.

The Lekki Freeport Terminal is a business unit of CMA CGM conglomerate that recently won the concessioning of the container terminal inside the Lekki Deep Seaport.

LFT is currently the only operator with a 45 years sub -concession agreement from Lekki Port, situated in Lagos Free Zone to operate the container terminal located at the Lekki Deep Seaport in Lagos Nigeria.

Representing the Maritime Worker’s Union of Nigeria ( MWUN) was its President General, Com Prince Adewale Adeyanju and Com Tonye Harry,Deputy President General MWUN.

On the part of Lekki Freeport Terminal, the management was represented by Denrick Moos CEO, Lekki Freeport Terminal and Fubara Awanta General Manager/ Head of Govt Relations, Lekki Freeport Terminal.

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