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17 ships to discharge petrol, sugar, frozen fish, other items in Lagos: NPA

The authority also said seven other ships had arrived at the ports waiting to berth with bulk wheat, frozen fish and petrol.

• June 2, 2022
Lagos port
Lagos port

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Thursday said 17 ships were expected to arrive Lagos ports from June 2 to June 14.

It said the ships contained petroleum products, food items, general cargo, frozen fish, containers, bulk sugar, butane gas, bulk gypsum and automobile gasoline.

The authority also said seven other ships had arrived at the ports waiting to berth with bulk wheat, frozen fish and petrol.

It added that 20 other ships were already at the ports discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, frozen fish, container, bulk sugar, bulk fertilizer, steam coal, butane gas and petrol. 

(NAN)

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