The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) says 14 ships are expected to dock at Lagos ports.
The NPA, in its “Daily Navigation Position” on Monday, reported that three of the planned ships would dock with gasoline and another two with general cargo.
“The remaining seven ships will dock containers of various goods: bulk wheat, bulk clinker, fresh fish, base oil, bulk plaster, salt, cables and pallets.
“Three ships are also waiting to dock with crude oil and cargo,” he said.
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