BUSTED: Maersk Denies Bola Tinubu Govt’s Propaganda of 600M Investment in Seaport Rehabilitation

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Contrary to the assertions made by the Tinubu Government regarding a purported $600 million investment in Nigerian seaports, Maersk has refuted such claims.

In a tweet that has since been removed, Bayo Onuguga, special adviser on information and strategy to Bola Ahmed Tinubu, known for disseminating misinformation and propaganda, posted about a $600 million deal supposedly secured from Maersk, the Danish shipping and logistics company.

The deleted tweet falsely stated that Nigeria had secured a $600 million investment in seaport infrastructure from A.P. Moller-Maersk.

Moreover, it erroneously claimed that this investment was secured during a meeting between Bola Tinubu and Maersk Chairman Robert Maersk Uggla on the sidelines of a World Economic Forum gathering in Saudi Arabia.

Meanwhile, Lloyd’s List which is the most authoritative voice in shipping news, published, “Chairman Robert Uggla met Bola Ahmed Tinubu over the weekend, but no new investment was signed.”

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