Epileptic Power Supply Persists As TCN, NDPHC Equipment Remain Trapped At Lagos Port
The epileptic power supply to most households across the country may continue as scores of containers laden with equipment belonging to the Transmission
The source said: “They acknowledged the fact that the containers have been trapped for so long, and they would have accumulated rents and demurrage but, the representatives of both TCN and NDPHC pleaded with the Shippers Council to prevail on the shipping companies and the terminal operators to grant them waivers.”
ADVERTISEMENT“They also pleaded with the immediate past executive secretary of the Nigerian shippers council, Mr Hassan Bello, who presided over the meeting that the consignments be released and that the council should stand as a guarantor, pending when necessary payments will be made.”
Another source at the meeting confirmed that the shippers council’s boss directed that another meeting should be called to see whether the affected terminal operators and the shipping companies would accept the guarantee to be provided by shippers council. headtopics.com
He, however, expressed worry about continued abandonment of containers in the ports, saying the council receives several complaints about containers that have been abandoned since 2017. “They are accruing demurrage and occupying space at the terminals, this is causing congestion at the terminals”, he lamented, adding that such containers are liable for auction by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS).
When contacted, the spokesperson of NDPHC, Funke Nwakwo, confirmed that the company’s containers were trapped at the Lagos port and the management was on the verge of evacuating them from the seaport. She explained that she has no detailed information about the meeting held between the Nigerian shippers’ council and the NDPHC, but the knotty issues surrounding the trapped containers have been resolved.
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