43 Vessels Laden With Various Goods Are Currently Stuck In TinCan Island Port And Apapa Port In Lagos Nigeria

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No fewer than 43 vessels laden with various goods are currently stuck in Lagos waters as congestion stalls operations at Nigeria’s busiest ports, the TinCan Island Port and Apapa Port in Lagos.⁣⁣

43 Vessels Laden With Various Goods Are Currently Stuck In Tincan Island Port And Apapa Port In Lagos Nigeria 1

The nation’s import and export dealing is, also, in shambles, as prevailing congestion at ports caused a spike in shipping costs for Nigeran-bound goods by about 600 per cent.⁣⁣

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The situation has thrown port operators at TinCan and Apapa ports into a state of confusion as containers are stranded at the terminals, while vessels are delayed unnecessarily on the waters due to limited stacking space.⁣⁣

At the TinCan Island port, stacking spaces are almost filled to capacity.

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A section of the road into the port is under construction, while the other road is manned by security agencies allegedly extorting money from importers.


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