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No More Fuel Scarcity In Nigeria, But Queues May Continue – IPMAN

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Oil marketers have come out to say that fuel queues at filling stations across the country may persist if consumers and motorists’ continue to buy the product at selected filling station dispensing the product below N200/litre.

The National Operations Controller, Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, Mike Osatuyi recently revealed this to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, the fact is that there is fuel across Nigeria now and scarcity is over, however, the long queues on the expressways is caused by those who want to buy petrol at N180 per litre.

Mike added that those who can afford the more expensive product are free to drive into other stations and buy without queuing up.

His words, “There is petrol in the country. No more scarcity, however, the long queues you still see on the expressways is caused by those who want to buy petrol at N180 per litre. Otherwise, those who can afford the more expensive product can easily drive into other stations and buy without queuing up.”

WOW.

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