Workers in the oil and gas sector on Sunday, April 14, advised President Muhammadu Buhari to shun any counsel that would destabilise or cause chaos in the economy.
Tayo Arowolo, a fuel attendant in one of the filling stations visited, said the scarcity of the product was as a result of inability of many of the Independent marketers to lift the product at the Lagos depot.
A Twitter user who goes by the identity El Padrino on Sunday, April 14, cried out for discovering water in his car tank after he bought petrol from a well-known fuel station in Lagos state in the morning of Sunday, April 14.
It was also gathered that the long queues at the fuel stations could have been triggered by alleged inability of fuel marketers to lift products from the Suleja fuel depot, which services Abuja and its environs.
Festus Keyamo, the director, strategic communications of President Muhammadu Buhari's campaign organisation has said that PDP's flag bearer, Atiku Abubakar's promise to crash fuel to N97 per litre is laughable and impossible.
There may be shortage of fuel if the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) goes ahead with its planned strike as the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG) has pledged its loyalty to the labour union.