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LADOL lauds stakeholders’ support for local content policy


Managing Director, LADOL, Amy Ladi Jadesimi

LADOL Free Zone has commended stakeholders’ efforts targeted at promoting the local content policy of the Federal Government.

Appreciating the support from all stakeholders in the Egina Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel, the Chairman of LADOL, Ladi Jadesimi, said the project’s success was a pointer to the growth of local content and capacity of Nigeria’s operators in the oil and gas business as well as the Nigerian economy.

Following the visit of the Acting President to the facility, Jadesimi said: “LADOL has demonstrated that there are talents in Nigeria and ease of doing business is very much accommodating as well as encouraging. We have grown from how we started in 2001 and have made Nigeria a hub and opportunity for prospective businesses to come in.”


Jadesimi, said that the company remains committed to its vision of creating employment for Nigerians and making the country and Africa hub for maritime fabrication.

He said the huddles encountered while nurturing the company were way beyond what was anticipated.

He added: “The completion of the topside of the largest FPSO in the Total fleet in the world is certainly a big milestone which has taken us a huge step forward on our journey towards achieving our vision and mission.”

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