Fuel Scarcity In Nigeria
Following the shutdown of most filling stations in Abuja, long queues have resurfaced in the nation's capital as a litre of fuel is offered for sale from N300.
The NNPC has been asked to compensate Nigerians whose vehicles and other machines were affected as a result of contaminated products imported into the country.
As fuel scarcity bites harder across Nigeria, Nigerians are really feeling the heat. But a man has said that sometimes, drivers take advantage of the situation.
President Muhammadu Buhari has apologised to all Nigerians across the country for the pain they felt throughout the blackout and the persisting fuel scarcity.
A Nigerian man has been seen in a video putting fuel into a moving car in a place said to be Abuja. The development has sparked huge reactions on social media.
FG said that despite the calls from various quarters of the country to keep the fuel subsidy rolling to avoid hike in product price, it will still remove it.