The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Wednesday said that seven ships arrived at the Lagos Port Complex and were waiting to berth with petrol, automobile gasoline, frozen fish, soya bean oil and base oil.
The authority said that 28 others were expected at the port as from May 24 to 31 with general cargo, frozen fish, container, petrol, bulk wheat and bulk gypsum.
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Others expected are listed as butane gas, bulk fertilizer, diplomatic bulk sugar, bulk salt, bulk urea, bulk pellets and automobile gasoline.
It said that 15 other ships were discharging general cargo, bulk wheat, frozen fish, petrol, bulk sugar, bulk salt, bulk clinker and bulk urea. (NAN)
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