Nigeria fuel scarcity became very serious on Tuesday across some cities. Wherein many tried their best to go to work and also carry out other activities. Fuel Scarcity has led to the high cost of transportation, both to workers and students. As many were left stranded at the various bus stop on Tuesday.
Nevertheless, the ‘NNPC Ltd’ has reassured Nigerians that over 2.3 billion Litres will arrive in the country between now and by the end of February 2022.
As of Tuesday, the corporation has also said that it has over a billion litres of petrol that is safe for use in vehicles and machinery.
Fuel Scarcity in most cities, Especially, Abuja and Lagos, shortage triggered over 100 per cent rise in transportation fare, worsening the ratio’s ease doing Business.
Adeyemi also Stated that the retail outlets of Major oil marketers have also commenced 24 hours service to ensure that more motorists were attended to daily.