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Fuel Scarcity Gets Worse In Lagos

Lagosians have endured weeks of long queues...

In Lagos, Commuters are stranded at bus stops, as fuel scarcity continues unabated. Correspondent Nnenna Okon reports that passengers could be seen waiting for  hours at Iyana Oworo but were unable to get transportation to their destinations.

Lagosians have endured weeks of long queues to buy fuel at the few stations selling at varying prices.

Black marketers are making brisk business selling petrol at as high as N450 per litre within the metropolis.

We gathered that a trip from Iyana Oworo to Obalende/CMS was being charged at up to N1,000 this morning.


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