The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has revealed that Apapa and Tin-Can Island ports in Lagos are expecting about 28 ships with petroleum products, food items and general goods from May 9 to May 26.
The NPA stated that the ships are expected to deliver wheat, bulk sugar, general cargoes, kerosene, diesel and petrol among other products.
8 ships are believed to have arrived at the ports waiting to berth and laden with petrol, ethanol and aviation fuel.
The other ships ships at the port are to deliver general cargoes, bulk wheat, containers, frozen fish, bulk sugar, diesel and petrol.
So what: Maybe the fuel scarcity that has held Nigeria (actually, Lagos and Abuja) in a passive-aggressive grip is about to end – finally.