21 Ships Discharge More Petrol, Others At Lagos Ports

It indicated that six others had arrived the port and were waiting to berth with general cargo, bulk wheat, jet fuel and bulk sugar.

According to him, the current scarcity being witnessed in Lagos is because majority of petrol stations in the state are owned by IPMAN members who are finding it difficult to operate in a hostile environment / Photo credit: Businessday
According to him, the current scarcity being witnessed in Lagos is because majority of petrol stations in the state are owned by IPMAN members who are finding it difficult to operate in a hostile environment / Photo credit: Businessday

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Monday said that 21 ships had arrived the Lagos Port Complex and was discharging petrol and others.

The NPA in its daily Shipping Position said that the ships were discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, container, frozen fish, trucks, bulk gypsum, petrol, butane gas and bulk urea.

The authority said that 15 other ships were expected to arrive the port between February 21 to March 3.

It listed the items are bulk wheat, general cargo, frozen fish, bulk sugar, butane gas and containers.

It indicated that six others had arrived the port and were waiting to berth with general cargo, bulk wheat, jet fuel and bulk sugar.

(NAN)

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