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NPA awaits ships conveying diplomatic cargoes, petrol, sugar, others

The NPA also stated that 16 ships were already discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, petrol, container, frozen fish, automobile gasoline, butane gas and bulk urea.

• November 9, 2022
Nigeria Ports Authority

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Wednesday said 18 ships conveying assorted goods were expected at Lagos ports from November 9 to November 23.

It listed the items expected at the port as bulk sugar, frozen fish, general cargo, bulk wheat, container, diplomatic, bulk urea and automobile gasoline.

The NPA also stated that 16 ships were already discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, petrol, container, frozen fish, automobile gasoline, butane gas and bulk urea.

It added that no ship was waiting to berth at the ports. 

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