On Tuesday, the Nigerian Ports Authority confirmed that 23 ships offload petrol, bulk wheat, bulk gypsum, general cargo, frozen fish, container, base oil, and bulk clinker at the Lagos ports.
The NPA disclosed this in a publication made available to newsmen, ‘Shipping Position.’
Other items being discharged include ethanol, bulk sugar, and automobile gasoline.
From March 16 to April 4, sixteen other ships loaded with petroleum products, food items, and other goods were expected to berth.
The NPA further reveals that the ships are expected to berth at the Lagos Port Complex.
It said that the ships contain frozen fish, general cargo, base oil, bulk wheat, bulk gypsum, vehicle, automobile gasoline, and container.
According to the NPA, the ships contain frozen foods, general cargo, base oil, bulk wheat, bulk gypsum, vehicle, automobile gasoline, and container.
The other nine ships that arrived at the ports are waiting to berth with container, petrol, base oil, bulk malt and automobile gasoline