- A stunning video has shown the moment an Abuja black market fuel seller was pouring fuel into a moving vehicle
- As the car moved, the fellow was seen using a container to put the fuel into the car's tank, raising questions about safety
- Many people who have seen the video have expressed shock that it happened at all because they say the man was playing a dangerous game
As fuel scarcity continues to bite harder across Nigeria, people are resorting to very dangerous methods to get the product.
The latest of these hazardous adventures is the practice of pouring fuel into a moving vehicle as has been sighted in a trending video.
The incident happened in Abuja
The video was said to have been recorded in Abuja, the nation's capital. The fuel seller, obviously a black marketer was seen running and following the car as he poured Premium Motor Spirit, PMS into the tank.
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Many people have described the man's method as rather very dangerous both for himself and the driver of the car. The shocking video was shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja.
Watch the video below:
Social media users react
When the video made it to Instagram, it quickly attracted heavy reaction from members of the public. A few of the reactions are captured below:
"Unna just Dey use unna life play."
"Things still dey shock Una for Nigeria?"
"Lagos people have entered Abuja."
"When fire catch now, you’ll blame the devil."
"My Abuja people report to the comment section ASAP."
"Nigeria we dey Season 8 episode 10 for netflix."
"Dangerous game and wen d whole place lit up now innocent people ll suffer t."
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Man opens oil and gas company in his house
Meanwhile Legit.ng had previously reported that a Nigerian man said he has opened a filling station in his house.
According to the man, he was opening an oil and gas company at home even as he warned friends and family to keep off.
The man showed several gallons of fuel as they were being offloaded from a car in his compound.