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16 ships carrying fish, sugar, petrol, others expected at Lagos ports

25 ships are already discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, container, bulk salt, butane gas, bulk fertilizer,trucks, frozen fish, fuel and sugar.

• August 13, 2021

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Friday said 16 ships laden with petroleum products, food items and other goods were expected at the Lagos ports from August13 to August 28.

The NPA stated that the ships also contained general cargo, bulk malt, bulk sugar, container, trucks, bulk gypsum, bulk soya bean, bulk wheat and frozen fish.

It also stated that 25 ships were already discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, container, bulk salt, butane gas, bulk fertilizer,trucks, frozen fish, fuel and sugar.

The authority added that five other ships had arrived at the ports and were waiting to berth with general cargo and petrol.

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