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Landmark Beach in talks with FG, LASG to modify Lagos-Calabar Highway route to protect business operations 

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Landmark Beach Resort’s management has initiated negotiations with federal and state governments and interest groups to adjust the initial 1.5 km segment of the Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway, proposing to redirect it along the undeveloped median of Water Corporation Road to avoid disrupting the resort’s business. 

Paul Onwuanibe, CEO of Landmark Africa Group, made this announcement on his official X (formerly Twitter) account on Saturday in response to a demolition notice from the Lagos State Government, which targeted the resort for being in the planned right of way of the highway, negotiations are underway to reroute the initial segment of the Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway and protect the resort’s location. 

The CEO of Landmark Africa Group commended the Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway project for its potential to boost the economy and expressed optimism about the ongoing consultations.  

Onwuanibe believes that these discussions will find ways to develop the road while preserving the Landmark Group’s ecosystem.

According to him, this ecosystem not only contributes billions of Naira in annual taxes and employs thousands of Nigerians but also provides a range of corporate, leisure, hospitality, and tourism services to over 3 million local and international visitors each year. 

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