Long queues have emerged in filling stations across Lagos State, as residents panic over petrol scarcity in some parts of the country.
On Wednesday, TV360 Nigeria moved around some areas in the commercial city and observed queues comprising private and commercial vehicles at filling stations.
Buyers lamented that the scarcity has affected their daily activities as they have to spend more time than usual, queuing to get the product.
Although most of the buyers say the scarcity has not affected the price of the commodity, others complained that there has been a price hike in some parts of the state especially in the black market.
To speak more on this development, the National Operations Controller, the independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, Mike Osatuyi joins me now, thank you very much for joining us.