NPA is expecting 23 ships with food items, petroleum products and other commodities at Lagos Ports Complex.
The headquarters of the NPA in Lagos has been allegedly set on fire by hoodlums.
Activities have resumed at the Onitsha Inland Port as containers will now arrive for offloading.
The NPA is working alongside the NSC and the NIMASA in this regard.
The NPA said it does have an account with Unity Bank Plc, but has not operated it since 2010.
Among the expected items to be received are frozen fish, base oil, general cargo, bulk salt, bulk clinker, butane gas, bulk wheat and soya beans.
The NPA and the NCDC have come to an agreement over the six coronavirus cases reportedly found in a vessel.
Manufacturers under the aegis of MAN has called on the Federal Government to assist and support their businesses during this Coronavirus outbreak.
The employment letters of the NPA are allegedly being sold by the Federal Character Commission to interested job seekers for N3 million.
The Nigerian ports are undergoing infrastructure reforms in order to enable Nigeria to benefit fully from the AfCFTA.