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The Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA, on Tuesday said 24 ships laden with petroleum products and food items were expected at the Lagos ports from June 20 to July 28.

The NPA said the ships also contained bulk sugar, container, bulk gypsum, bulk wheat, general cargo, base oil, bulk salt, bulk fertilizer, petrol and frozen fish.

It also stated that 20 ships were already discharging bulk wheat, general cargo, container, fuel, base oil, frozen fish and bulk urea at the ports.

The authority added that four other ships had arrived the ports and were waiting to berth with container, bulk wheat and petrol.

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