Fuel Scarcity Hits Abuja, Five States.

Fuel Scarcity Hits Abuja, Five States.

Several filling stations in Zuba, Niger State, including NNPC, AYM Shafa, among others, were closed on Wednesday for lack of petrol to dispense.

The NNPC outlet on Arab Road, Kubwa, Abuja, had no product to sell and many other outlets along the Kubwa-Zuba expressway were also shut. In Nyanya, Nasarawa State, many filling stations were closed, while, some station managers expressed their inability to operate piled pressure on the few stations that had PMS, had massive queues from motorists at these outlets.

Oil marketers, said, the reason for the shortage in the supply of PMS to Abuja and neighboring states was being investigated, adding that a meeting would be held on the matter today Thursday, while, National Secretary, Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, Chief John Kekeocha, said, the reason why many filling stations in the areas are not selling PMS, has led to the serious queues.

Earlier, the National President, IPMAN, Abubakar Maigandi, said, the queues for petrol in many states would be a thing of the past when the Dangote Petroleum Refinery starts pumping out PMS to the domestic market

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