Lagos fuel scarcity

Government

Fire: Lagos Gives Reason Behind Incessant Outbreaks

INSIDEMAINLAND– The Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service has blamed the state’s increased fire incidents on the country’s fuel scarcity. Mrs. Margaret Adeseye, the agency’s Director, stated that fire incidents in the state increased indiscriminately from November to December 2022. Adeseye made the announcement in a statement issued on Tuesday by Jamiu Dosunmu, Assistant Director […]

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Government

Fuel Scarcity: Tougher times Ahead as Marketers Threaten Strike Action

INSIDEMAINLAND – The Ejigbo Satellite Depot of the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has directed The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Ltd. (NNPCL) to grant the same window given to the Major Oil Marketers Association of Nigeria (MOMAN) to purchase fuel at the regulated depot price of N148.17 per liter. The request was made […]

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My Area

Fuel Scarcity: No End In Sight as Bus Fare continues to Skyrocket

INSIDEMAINLAND – Queuing at filling stations to buy rations of petrol has been a hellish experience for private car owners, corporate drivers, tricyclists, motorcyclists, and commuter bus drivers over the last week, as the current scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also known as fuel, has worsened. Anger, frustration, and rage have grown toward NNPC […]

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Government

Fuel Scarcity: Lagos Records High Cases of Fire Outbreak

INSIDEMAINLAND – The Lagos State Fire and Rescue Service Chief, Mrs. Magaret Adeseye has revealed that the agency had received emergency calls that were 82 times more frequent than they had the month before following the fuel scarcity in the state as residents store the product for future use. Adeseye made this known in a […]

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Government

Fuel Scarcity: Prices Surge as Situation Lingers

INSIDEMAINLAND -Some Independent petroleum marketers, yesterday, raised the price of petrol to N240 per liter, up from about N230 per liter the day before, as the shortage persisted in Lagos and its environs. It was discovered that marketers are currently lifting the product from the depots at N200 per litre, as opposed to N148 per […]

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My Area

The Queues are Back as Fuel Scarcity Hits Lagos

INSIDEMAINLAND– The fuel scarcity deepened further in Lagos, yesterday, with several filling stations shutting their gates to motorists while the few that opened had long queues of vehicles. The NNPC (former Oando) road along the Alausa Secretariat road was closed to motorists while the same thing could be seen at the Total filling stations in […]

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Government

Relief As Fuel Scarcity Comes To An End

INSIDEMAINLAND– The fuel supply situation in Lagos and other parts of the country improved slightly yesterday, as stations that had no product to sell on Tuesday sold fuel. Although there were still queues and panic buying at some gas stations, marketers said the supply situation had improved but pleaded for a consistent supply of the […]

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