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PHOTOS: Panic buying as queues return to fuel stations in Lagos, Abuja

PHOTOS: Panic buying as queues return to fuel stations in Lagos, Abuja
February 08
14:16 2022

There is panic buying of petroleum motor spirit (PMS) at major filling stations in Lagos and Abuja, resulting in long queues.

TheCable witnessed long queues at some stations on Tuesday morning while others closed for business.

According to sources, the current petrol scarcity experienced in some parts of Lagos was efforts by regulatory authorities to recall ‘contaminated products’ in circulation.

A fuel attendant in Abuja told TheCable that the panic buying was due to the rumours circulating over the scarcity of petrol in the country.

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Below are photos.

Enyo station on Iju/Shaga road.

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Few cars at Conoil station on College road, Ogba. Lagos.

Queues leading to NNPC retail station on College road, Ogba, Lagos

Quest gas station on Iju/Shaga road closed for business.

No fuel at NNPC station on Iju/Shaga road, Lagos.

No panic buying of petrol at Optima fuel station, Obawole, Ifako-Ijaye LGA, Lagos.

MRS gas station in FESTAC, Lagos.

Ardova Filling station, Lekki Phase One Bus Stop not selling petrol.

No fuel at Total filling station in Victoria Island, Lagos.

Mobil filling station on Lekki Expressway, Victoria Island, Lagos

Queues at NNPC retail station, Alagbole-Akute road.

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Goodness and Goodluck station at Oshodi, Lagos.

No queue at Soyendo Oil and Gas, Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway.

No queues at Mobil filling station, Aboru, Iyana-Ipaja and fuel is being sold.

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Queues at NIPCO station in Kubwa.

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Queues at Rainoil, Gwarinpa expressway in Abuja

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