Man Shares Where Cheap Fuel Priced at N200 is Sold, Names 5 Filling Station Where Drivers Can Buy it

Man Shares Where Cheap Fuel Priced at N200 is Sold, Names 5 Filling Station Where Drivers Can Buy it

  • A man has named some filling stations that sell compressed natural gas, which is sold for N200 in some places
  • The man said CNG is 70% cheaper than premium motor spirit and that it could yield more profit for drivers
  • The CNG filling stations he mentioned are located in Ikorodu, Agidingbi, Mushin, Apapa and Sangotedo

A man, David Omoregie, has said there are many filling stations selling compressed natural gas (CNG) in Nigeria. CNG is a fuel gas which can be used in place of gasoline, diesel fuel, and LPG.

He posted a video showing a car refilling its tank with CNG at a station in Ibafo, near MFM in Ogun state.

Man shares locations of filling stations selling CNG in Nigeria.
The man said CNG is 70% cheaper than PMS. Photo credit: David Omoregie.
Source: TikTok

According to David Omoregie who is a mechanic and a CNG expert, the gas is far cheaper than PMS.

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He said it was 70% cheaper, noting that it was also safe.

Where to buy CNG in Nigeria

Omoregie also mentioned where people could get this cheap fuel gas.

He said:

"I have been a mechanic for 15 years and a new technology enthusiast. CNG is 70 per cent cheaper currently. There are 5 stations in Ikorodu, Agidingbi, Mushin, Apapa, Sangotedo."

He shared a video of one of the filling stations in Ogun state, noting that there were no quees if one went there to buy.

When asked if he would advise commercial drivers to convert their vehicles to CNG instead of using PMS, David replied in the affirmative.

"Yes 100 percent," he stated.

Speaking further, David said CNG has been in use in places like Benin in Edo state.

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His words:

"Commercial drivers have been using CNG for over 5 years. Benin is a case study where the CNG pilot program by Nipco has started. Over 20,000 vehicles running on CNG, transport cost is lower than anywhere in the country."

See the video below:

Man gives out PMS for free

In a related story, a Nigerian man warmed many hearts on social media after he bought one gallon of fuel and handed it out for free. This came at a time when fuel was being sold at the price of N850 per litre in some places across the country.

The driver who received the free fuel was short of words as he poured it happily into his car and embraced the kind man afterwards.

A lot of Nigerians who saw the video praised the man and said they wished to also encounter him.

Proofreading by Nkem Ikeke, journalist and copy editor at


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