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Twenty-three ships laden with gas, soya beans, wheat arrive Nigeria

The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says 23 ships have discharged bulk wheat, basic cargo, container, bulk gypsum, butane gasoline, bulk fertiliser, and gas, on the Lagos ports.

It listed different imported merchandise to incorporate soya beans, vehicle gasoline, and jet gas.

On Monday, the NPA additional disclosed that it anticipated 20 different ships laden with petroleum merchandise, meals objects, and different items from August 23 to September 4.

The company added that the ships would berth on the Lagos ports complicated.

It indicated that the ships contained basic cargo, bulk malt, bulk sugar, container, bulk gypsum, bulk soya bean, bulk wheat, bulk coal, and frozen fish.

“In the meantime, seven extra ships are ready to berth with basic cargo, base oil, and petrol,” it said.

Just a few days in the past, the NPA had introduced that 16 ships laden with petroleum merchandise, meals objects, and different items had been anticipated on the Lagos ports from August 13 to August 28.

The NPA said that the ships additionally contained basic cargo, bulk malt, bulk sugar, container, vehicles, bulk gypsum, bulk soya bean, bulk wheat, and frozen fish. It additionally said that 25 ships had been already discharging wheat, basic cargo, container, bulk salt, butane gasoline, bulk fertiliser, vehicles, frozen fish, gas, and sugar.

(NAN)

Credit score: Theparadise.ng

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