The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said on Friday that four of the 26 ships anticipated in the Lagos ports were carrying petroleum.
The remaining 22 ships, according to the report, are due to arrive at the port carrying bulk wheat, general cargo, bulk sugar, containers, bulk steam coal, automobile fuel, frozen fish, bulk gypsum, base oil, steel goods, and bulk fertiliser.
The ships were anticipated to dock at the Lagos Port Complex between July 22 and July 31, according to the NPA's daily Shipping Position.
It stated that seven further ships, carrying general cargo, bulk wheat, bulk gypsum, containers, and gasoline, were ready to berth.
It stated that 18 further ships were also unloading bulk urea, bulk wheat, bulk sugar, bulk butane gas, general cargo, bulk frozen fish, bulk butane gas, and bulk frozen fish.
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