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Wednesday, 21 December 2022

Nigerians Face a Bleak Christmas As Fuel Scarcity Resuscitates




The queues for petrol which was gradually winding down, suddenly re-emerged on Wednesday, 21st of December 2022 in many cities, including Lagos and Abuja.


The development clearly shows that Nigerians face bleak Christmas as fuel scarcity has started taking a toll on motorists, who have hiked their fares.


According to Punch correspondents, it was gathered that many depots were currently running out of the product, a development that reduced supplies from depots to retail stations across the country.


In Abuja, many filling stations, particularly those of independent oil marketers, remained closed due to lack of products, while the few outlets of major marketers that dispensed petrol started witnessing queues from mid-day till evening on Wednesday.


The Conoil and Total filling stations located directly opposite the headquarters of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited witnessed queues on Wednesday afternoon till evening.


Similarly, a filling station opposite Transcorp Hilton Hotel in the Federal Capital Territory started witnessing massive queues in the evening, despite the fact that the gates of the outlet were shut to motorists, as attendants at the station tried to offload a fuel tanker.


Oil marketers told one of Punch correspondents that the brief period when the queues cleared was basically due to the intervention of the Department of State Services after the DSS ordered the NNPCL to address the situation.


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