Fuel Scarcity spreads to other states. What is Happening?

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Other cities across the country have begun to feel the impact of the fuel scarcity that started in  Abuja a few weeks back.

KFB found that some petrol stations in Oyo, Ogun and Lagos state remained under lock while a few of them that opened, had long queues of vehicles.

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The Acting Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs
Division of the corporation, Mr. Fidel Pepple, has assured that the problem may soon be
over as the management of the NNPC is taking measures to address the
issue.

 He added that the
NNPC is working with security agencies to fix the Arepo pipeline damaged
by oil thieves two weeks ago to restore normal fuel supply.

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