Barely one week after President Muhammadu Buhari approved an additional N10 for transporters of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) across the country, petroleum marketers have decried the prolonged inability to load from NNPC...
Scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), otherwise called petrol, surfaced again, yesterday, in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) as the inability of the Federal Government to settle...
Business owners in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have expressed concern over the current fuel scarcity and how it’s affecting prices and delivery of goods and services.
Petrol scarcity is biting harder in Gombe State, where black marketers and fuel attendants have continued to rip off motorists and other consumers.
The petrol situation in Lagos lengthened queues at filling stations on Wednesday, with resultant traffic snarl-ups noticed in parts of the state.
Most fuel stations in Abuja are still clogged with vehicles and long queues as petrol scarcity continues to bite harder in the FCT.
The hardship experienced by motorists in Abuja due to the scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also known as petrol in the nation’s capital for about two weeks is gradually easing off.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Ltd (NNPC) on Wednesday said it has over 1 billion litres of clean Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also known as petrol, in its stock for nationwide distribution. It also said 2.3 billion litres of PMS would arrive in Nigeria between now and the end of the month to restore sufficiency.…
9 Nov 2021
Kano State Anti-corruption Commission, yesterday, summoned the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) over alleged fuel scarcity in the state.
18 Sep 2021
There are strong indications that the current fuel scarcity in the Southeast geo-political zone might worsen as the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has directed its members to withdraw their services...
3 Sep 2019
The Ooye of Iwoye Ketu, a border community in Ogun State, Oba Joel Alaye, has lamented petrol scarcity in the area following partial closure of the border by the Federal Government.
13 Dec 2017
Motorists now pay between N500 and N1000 to petrol station attendants before they are allowed to fill their car tanks at some stations in Chanchaga and Bosso local government areas of Niger. A correspondent of News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) who monitored situation and sale of fuel on Wednesday, reports that apart from cost of…