We have a transitional Power plant that generates 12Mega Watts  of Power scalable to 24 Mega Watts  with a future plan for 1500 Mega Watts .

The Free Zone is expected to generate nothing less than 120,000 employment opportunities, ranging from skilled labour, semi–skilled labour and unskilled labour.

to we are working towards making the zone fully operational by the year 2025

No restriction. You can sell your product 100% to Nigeria market but will pay duty based on the value of the raw materials imported.

Tax on goods sold to Nigerian market is paid by the buyers in the customs territory.
Yes. New roads are being constructed and new rail tracks will also be constructed to diffuse road congestion within and outside the Free Zone. The existing coastal road will be expanded and linked to the Ahmadu Bello way in Victoria island.

There are preferential policies designed to create conducive investment environment in Lekki Free Zone. See incentives in Lekki free zone. As contained in the NEPZA Act.