End Of Fuel Crisis May Be In Sight

An end in sight?
An end in sight?

An end may be in sight to the lingering fuel shortage in the nation, it was gathered on Monday as eight ships filled with petroleum products have arrived at the Lagos port, the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN has reported.
According to NAN, the Nigerian Ports Authority, NPA, made this disclosure in its daily publication, Shipping Position.
The petroleum products include base oil, kerosene and petrol, the publication said. It added that three other ships also arrived with rice in bags and containers.
It said the NPA was equally expecting the arrival of about 27 ships to Lagos ports between May 4 and May 30
The publication explained that 13 of the expected ships will sail in with containers and eight others will arrive with food products.
It listed the food products as rice, bulk sugar, bulk salt, fish and wheat.
It further stated that four ships will ferry in general cargoe and one ship each will bring in vehicles and kerosene.

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