Nigeria Loses $19 Billion a Year to Delays, Bottlenecks at Ports: Report

June 27, 2019 12:45 PM
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Nigeria's Chamber of Commerce says the country is losing $19 billion a year, or five percent of its GDP, to gridlock, bribery and corruption at its ports. The country's vice president says a solution is underway.  Truck drivers waiting for weeks to unload their goods aren't so sure. Timothy Obiezu reports from Lagos.