10 fuel-laden ships to discharge at Lagos ports

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Four of the ships are laden with petrol.

Ten ships are waiting to discharge petroleum products at the various oil terminals within the Lagos ports, the Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA, has said.

The Shipping Position, a daily publication of the NPA made available to newsmen on Tuesday, showed that four of the ships were laden with petrol.

According to the publication, three will discharge aviation fuel, while three others will discharge kerosene.

NPA indicated that another ship was waiting to discharge used vehicles, rice and bulk wheat.

It reported that 82 ships carrying different cargoes would arrive in Lagos ports between March 13 and 29.

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The NPA said that 14 of the ships would arrive with petroleum products.

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