Fuel Scarcity In Nigeria
Kingsley Moghalu stated this while delivering a lecture titled “Overcoming Poverty: The Secret of the Wealth of Nations” on Wednesday, March 21, in Lagos at the 3rd Annual Lecture of the Centre for Financial Journalism (CFJ).
Some of the marketers, who preferred anonymity while speaking in Lagos said that they resorted to adopt a massive sack of their workers as the Federal Government had yet to pay an outstanding N650 billion debts owed to them.
Speaking after the Federal Executive Council meeting presided over by the vice president, the minister of petroleum resources, Ibe Kachikwu, said he had given all the necessary guidance needed to fix the refineries.
The minister of state for petroleum resources Ibe Kachikwu on Thursday, February 15, declared that the federal government has been unable to address the logistics and policy issues that could end the scarcity across Nigeria.
The vice chairman of Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), southwest, Rotimi Benjamin, on Wednesday, January 24, urged the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) to stop sealing filling stations.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation on Tuesday assured Nigerians that there would no longer be fuel scarcity which had caused unbearable queues for Nigerians. The NNPC GMD, Maikanti Baru made this statement in Abuja.