Dec 4, 2022

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Why Fuel Scarcity Persists in Major Cities Across Nigeria –

  • Nigerians have begun to feel the heat of long queues after fuel ran out at most gas stations across the country
  • This is how at some gas stations sell the product at a high price compared to the amount previously for sale stations selling at the official price of N165 experience a long queue

In Abuja, Lagos and several other cities, queues have formed as people try to get fuel for their cars and their power generators at a time of rising temperatures.

According to a report by the Daily Trust, petrol stations in Kaduna selling over the official rate of N165 do not experience long queues, while stations selling at N165 experience long queues due to their affordability.

Kano State

In the state t Kano found that fuel shortages persist with only two major suppliers distributing the product daily and at n N165 per litre. So there’s always an insane rush to get gas.

Other gas stations that sell at the same price do so once a week, encouraging bootleggers.

The case is that others who have the fuel and don’t experience long queues sell from N180, N200 and N220 per liter.

Lagos State

Gas queues are beginning to return in some parts of the state.

It has been observed that many gas stations are not selling and those that are denoted by long queues.

Some non-queue stations sell at N180 per litre, while some do not sell at all.

Despite the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN)’s insistence that fuel should be sold at N165 per litre, petrol stations are bidding are still selling the product at an unofficial price in major cities across the country.

2023: Nigerians Earn a Survival Certificate After 2023 – PDP New Generation

Remember Remember that on Wednesday, April 20th, the PDP New Generation declared that Nigerians deserve a certificate in 2023 to survive the hardship caused by the APC.

Mahmood made the remarks at a press conference in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

The group also stated that ministers serving in Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari on May 29 Should return to their respective homes in 2023, the end of the APC-led government.

Fuel shortages: we can no longer sell petrol at N165 per liter, marketers insist.

Fuel queues have reappeared in most parts of Lagos State Monday 27 June following the decision by some IPMAN members to suspend their activities.

< p class="align-left">The chairman of the IPMAN zone in Lagos, Akin Akinrinade, stated in an interview that its members did not go on strike, but cannot continue to work in a hostile environment.

< p class="align-left">However, petroleum marketers insist on selling the premium motor gasoline at N165 per litre.