Twenty three ships laden with petroleum products and other goods are expected to arrive Apapa and Tin-Can Island Ports in Lagos from April 11 to April 26.
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) stated this in its publication - `Shipping Position’, - a copy of which was made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Lagos.
NPA explained that the expected ships contained buck wheat, containers, bulk sugar, general cargoes, bulk gypsum, steel products, diesel and petrol.
The document noted that two ships had arrived the ports, waiting to berth with petrol and aviation fuel.
NAN reports that 14 other ships are at the ports discharging general cargoes, containers, frozen fish, bulk gas, containers, aviation fuel, diesel and petrol. (NAN)
Yet Another One! BSU Students Protest Hike In Sch Fees, Block Major Road
Yet another one again. As the UNIPORT protest was going on, which sent two students to their early graves, Benue State University students were also protesting almost the same cause- hike in their school fees.
For example the acceptance fees for freshers was increased from N5000 to N25000 accoridng to the students.
The ever busy Makurdi-Gboko federal highway was blocked for atleast four hours leaving travellers stranded on the high way.
Placards such as “Reverse this unpopular decision”, “the new fee is anti people”, “our parents cannot afford this” and “we did not bargain for this,” were all displayed freely by the students.
Indeed, is it that the economy of the country has now affected tertiary institutions? If yes, are the students to be blamed? Please don’t put unnecessary pressure on them.