Lagos Fuel Queues: NNPC injects additional 33 million Litres of Petrol

Determined to ease the discomfort being experienced by motorists and commuters in Lagos and its environs, the Management of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC on Monday supplied an additional volume of 33 million litres of premium motor spirits to the Major Oil Marketers Association of Nigeria, MOMAN for onward distribution to fuel stations across the metropolis and beyond.

Acting Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs Division of the Corporation, Dr. Omar Farouk Ibrahim stated in a Press Release that the extra volume of 25, 000 metric tonnes of fuel , the equivalent of 33 million litres of petrol  was supplied to the marketers as part of measures by the Corporation to end the artificially induced scarcity.

“While we intensify our ongoing direct monitoring of fuel stations across Lagos and its environs, we are providing the extra volume of product to eliminate the noticeable queues arising from the induced scarcity,’’ Dr. Ibrahim stated.

The NNPC appealed to marketers and members of the public to refrain from hoarding and panic buying.

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