Panic as Fuel Scarcity Hits Lagos

Panic as Fuel Scarcity Hits Lagos

The persistent fuel scarcity, which has made petroleum products scarce in some parts of Nigeria as a result of the devastating floods in some states, is leading to panic buying in Lagos.

The World Satellite detected queues in some filling stations in Lagos in the early hours of Monday.

The flood has led to fuel scarcity in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and its environs.

Panic as Fuel Scarcity Hits Lagos

    For about three weeks, Abuja residents have had difficulty commuting due to fuel scarcity as commuters pay twice what they used to pay to get to work.  It appears the queues have now hit Nigeria’s commercial capital, Lagos.

    A few days back, the NNPC announced that its trucks were finding their way into the territory, trying to meet the demand of the populace.

    Consequently, the company urged consumers not to panic in Abuja as it was working to restore a stable supply.


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