A total of 20 ships carrying petroleum products, food items, and other goods are expected at the Lagos port.
From August 19 to August 31, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) expects 20 ships loaded with petroleum products, food, and other goods to berth in Lagos.
General cargo, bulk malt, bulk sugar, container, butane gas, jet fuel, automobile gasoline, bulk gypsum, bulk soya bean, bulk wheat, and frozen fish were also on board, according to the NPA.
It further reported that 21 ships had already discharged bulk wheat, general cargo, containers, bulk sugar, butane gas, bulk fertilizer, frozen fish, fuel, soya bean, gasoline, jet fuel, and sugar.
Six other ships carrying general cargo, base oil, bulk gypsum, and fuel had arrived at the ports, according to the authority.