By Chiazo Ogbolu
The is contained in a series of tweets on the official NPA Twitter page.
Following a dispute with the management of the AP Moller terminals at the Lagos port complex, Apapa, members of the Maritime Workers Union today, April 15, halted operations at the terminal.
“As the NPA works to resolve the dispute between the two parties, the APMT will not be able to receive or remove cargo for the next 24 hours.
“The authority hereby urges stakeholders to take note, as ETO tickets will not be issued for shipments destined for APMT,” the tweets read.
According to the general chairman of MWUN, Mr. Adewale Adeyanju, the grounding of activities at the terminal is due to the expiration of the week plus the notice given to the terminal management to comply with the laws of the country. (NOPE)
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