Petrol Scarcity continues Nationwide, a Litre goes for N200 reports says

The scarcity of the Premium Motor Spirit
popularly known as petrol has yet to stop throughout the country as at Saturday.

Investigations showed that long queues of vehicles still swarmed the few fuel stations which had the product all over the country while outlets which did not have remained under lock and key.

Residents of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital and its environs are still witnessing long queues of vehicles as fuel scarcity enters its second week.

Most of the filling stations, in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital and environs, especially major markers remained without supplies throughout the week, as their independent counterparts made brisk business by selling fuel well above N200 per litre.

In Osun State on Saturday, motorists queued for hours at some of the very few fuel stations selling petrol at N87 per litre.
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