The Nigerian Port Authority, NPA, Friday said 38 ships carrying refined petrol, food items, are expected to berth at the Lagos ports from 13-30 November. The information was contained in the daily ‘Shipping Position’ the NPA gave to journalists in Lagos. The document indicated that 20 of the expected ships would arrive at the ports with containers, while seven others would sail in with general cargoes. Seven of the ships have rice, bulk sugar, buck wheat and bulk malt in them, while four others have petrol and diesel. It said those carrying petrol, diesel, rice and general cargoes, have arrived the ports, waiting to berth.