The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) stated this in its daily publication- Shipping Position’- made available to newsmen in Lagos on Friday.
NPA indicated that six other ships containing crude palm oilein and crude palm oil, bulk rice and vehicles were also waiting to berth.
The document noted that 47 other ships were expected in the ports with commodities like rice, fresh fish, general cargo, bulk sugar, buck wheat, bulk gypsum and bulk malt.
It explained that other ships would sail in with steel products, petrol, kerosene, base oil and bulk gas.
The document, however, noted that 25 other ships were in the ports discharging buck wheat, sugar, bulk rice, general cargo, sulphur, containers, bulk salt, bulk gypsum, fresh fish, petrol, base oil and diesel.