Posted by News Express | 3 April 2016 | 1,502 times
Anambra State residents have called for increased supply of petroleum products to end queues in filling stations.
The residents on Sunday lamented the high cost of buying fuel at 170 Naira per litre as well as finding fuel very difficult to purchase.
The devastating hours spent in buying fuel at the approved pump price of N86.50 Kobo at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) mega filling stations is also a matter of serious concern to the people.
In all of these, the residents said that it is not enough for the Federal Government of Nigeria to announce in the media, the distribution of petroleum products in certain areas of the country, but there should be adequate monitoring to ensure that there is enough supply so that the suffering of the Nigerian masses would improve. (Channels TV)
•Photo shows desperate Nigerians in search of fuel.
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