Ten ships have arrived Lagos ports with petroleum products, waiting to berth, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) said on Thursday in Lagos.
This is contained in NPA’s daily publication, `Shipping Position’ made available to newsmen in Lagos.
It said eight of the ships arrived the ports with petrol, while the remaining two sailed in with diesel and aviation fuel.
The document indicated that 34 other ships were expected in the ports from August 6 – 28.
NPA noted that 11 of the ships would arrive with containers, while five others were expected with general cargo.
It said that eight ships would sail in with petrol, diesel, kerosene and bulk gas; while 10 others would sail in with rice, frozen fish, buckwheat and soya beans.