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25 ships carrying various products expected at Lagos ports — NPA

By Thompson ABISOLA

No fewer than 25 ships expected with petroleum products, food and other goods will arrive at Apapa and Tin Can Island ports between Tuesday and June 30, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says.

The authority noted in its “Shipping Position” bulletin in Lagos that eight of the 25 ships would sail in with petrol, while a ship would bring in aviation fuel.

The remaining 16 ships are carrying buckwheat, base oil, container carrying different goods, frozen fish, soya beans, bulk fertiliser,  steel and empty containers.

According to NPA, 11 of the ships have arrived at the ports waiting to berth with bulk fertiliser, bulk urea, buckwheat, diesel and petrol.

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