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13 ships laden with foods, petroleum products arrive Lagos ports


THIRTEEN ships laden with foods, general cargo and petroleum products have arrived Lagos ports waiting to berth.

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) made the announcement on Tuesday in Lagos.

The announcement is contained in the daily Shipping Position of the NPA given to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.

The document indicated that four of the ships arrived with petrol while a ship brought kerosene.

It explained that six of the ships sailed into the ports with rice while two ships came in with general cargo and crude palm oil.

According to the document, 41 other ships are expected in the ports from Feb. 25 to March 24.

It stated that 17 of the expected ships would arrive with containers. Seven would sail in with petrol, three with kerosene.

Three other ships would bring base oil, bulk gas and diesel.

The document indicated that frozen fish, rice, bulk salt and bulk sugar would come in six ships while the remaining five ships would sail in with general cargo. (NAN)

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