Residents of the nation’s commercial capital, Lagos, began the new week, with some level of anxiety and confusion as fuel scarcity hit some parts of the state, especially on the Island axis. Before long, filling stations on the mainland began spotting long vehicular queues and people spending longer time trying to buy the Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also known as petrol. This has posed a challenge for motorists and commuters going about their daily activities due to heavy traffic and hiked transportation rates by public transporters.
Fuel scarcity: Lagos residents decry short supply of petrol at filling stations
Feb 08, 2022, 19:08 pm0246
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