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On Tuesday, as motorists waited for hours at filling stations to purchase the product.
Ikosi-Ketu, the Arepo neighborhood of New Lagos, Obalende, Maryland, and Iju-shaga in Lagos State were worse places.
On Monday and Tuesday, the state’s gasoline prices rose between N195 and N200 per liter, causing commuters to express their displeasure at the increase in transportation fares.
As the NNPC (formerly Oando) was closed to motorists, queues were also reported along the Alausa Secretariat road.At Total gas stations in Ojota and Palm Grove, the same thing happened.
Along Berger, stations like Mobil and Fatgbems had long lines and charged N200 per liter.
Long lines were likewise announced at Lekki.
Even though the Heyden filling station in Ilupeju sold fuel, there was a long line of cars waiting to buy it.
It was attributed by the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria to the depots and the growing difficulty in obtaining petroleum products.
In an interview, IPMAN’s National Controller for Operations, Mike Osatuyi, stated to the media that members of the association were unable to obtain sufficient products from the depots.
“No gas.DAPPMAN sold it to us at N200/N202 per liter, even when we were able to obtain a small quantity.When we transport it to our stations, the expense would be around N210/liter,” he said.
He added that it now costs as much as N200 per liter to transport gasoline to members’ filling stations from the depots.
Dame Williams Akpani, Chairman of DAPPMAN, had stated to the media during a conversation that logistics issues were the reason the fuel crises continued.
She said awful streets, bringing about petroleum trucks requiring multi week rather than three days to show up in Abuja from Lagos, was likewise capable.

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