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6 ships with petrol, other items arrive Lagos port complex



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The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) on Thursday said that six ships had arrived the Lagos Port Complex, waiting to berth with petrol, jet fuel, automobile gasoline and container.

The authority said that 23 other ships were expected to berth at the port between March 2 and March 15.

It listed items expected as bulk wheat, soya beans, container, sulphur, frozen fish, bulk sugar, bulk urea, butane gas and petrol.

It said that 22 other ships were discharging general cargo, container, petrol, bulk wheat, wheat bran pellet, truck, bulk sugar, bulk fertilizer, soya bean meal, automobile gasoline and bulk urea.

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