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5 vessels berth at Apapa, Tincan Port in Lagos



The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says no fewer than five vessels will berth various products at the Apapa and Tincan ports in Lagos on Monday.

NEWSVERGE reports that NPA made the disclosure in its Shipping Position, a daily publication of the the organisation.

NEWSVERGE also reports that the five expected vessels would berth with diesel, crude oil, fuel and containers of different products.

The NPA added that three other vessels were waiting to berth with bulk urea, crude oil and diesel at Lekki Deep Sea Port.

The NPA further said that two other vessels were also waiting to discharge containers and diesel at the Lekki Deep Sea Ports and SPM terminals in Lagos.

Aisha Cole

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