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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Fuel Scarcity...

There is still Fuel scarcity in Nigeria.....Where are you?Are you affected?



They say Fuel hawkers now pour fuel on themselves to resist arrest by Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps at NNPC mega station in Jos.





Nigeria we hail thee....

26 comments:

  1. Lady T/ am worth more than a thousand dollars23 January 2018 at 10:20

    Fuel is 200 or 210. In pH except if you want to queue for so long to get at 145.

    Then you have to buy for Jerry Can cos there is hardly light. .

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    1. Am based in ph and have been buying steady at 200 naira since oh. But on Sunday i bought at 145 and that was because I tipped to enter thru the front 500,then pump guy 200 to fill my tank cos there where not selling more than 5k per car.

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    1. I'm surprised. My friend spent last than 5mins at NNPC (games village) yesterday and most stations had less than 6 cars in them.

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  3. The scarcity dey affect me big time. I dey port harcourt now, and bus fare to Lagos no dey tear pocket and flesh join. Some dey carry for 18k sef from PHC to Lagos.

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    1. Lol stay port nA.. U don too announce am... Twas 13k b4 now 18k...lol u go end up spending more money in ph...

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  4. I wouldn't call it fuel scarcity. There is fuel for 180N -250N where I am. You hardly see for 145N. It's sickening. You cant even afford to buy for generator after buying for car and The Price of Fame is rounding up..I have been missing so many episodes. Big brother starting on Sunday as well. No fuel. No light. It's well.

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  5. Which Way Nigeria?

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    1. Which way to go.. I ??? My Father land, I want to know, which way Nigeria is heading to!!!

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  6. Hahahaha 😁,naija which way?
    No scarcity in Nnewi here,we buy at N210 per litre here. NNPC mega station here ain't selling,the last time they sold early January it was @ N148 per litre
    We are finished in this country !

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  7. It has stabilised in Abuja. There are little or no queues in most stations. You can spend barely 5mins in an NNPC Station. I think one good thing about the stations in Abuja is the fact that they never overhike the prices due to scarcity. It remained 143/145. I've tried dividing the number of litres by the amount and no "mago mago"...

    But wait oh, those "hurding" their fuel, who looses in the end? We or them? Cos they have salaries to pay why risk am your profit for something Senate has refused to agree on?

    I don't get pouring fuel on themselves.. .. how does that stop them from being arrested?

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  8. The minister of petroleum Oooooooops and he happens to be the president too has failed. Shame on your Buhari

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  9. Fuel is not scarce here,Aba to be precise. They're selling 200 at the filling station.






    God Bless Everyone

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  10. I was shocked that it was still on when someone mentioned it yesterday. Some even say they buy it as expensive as N400.

    I guess Buhari was really what Nigeria needed. Hehehehe.

    We talk am but dem no gree.

    It's a pity we are all suffering the hardship. I wish it's just the guys that voted him in that are now suffering

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  11. No fuel in Lagos since Sunday. It is well.

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  12. yes oo Stella... ilorin is the worst oo

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  13. 200naira in Abeokuta and it's still scarce unless you want to sleep over at NNPC mega station




    #mummyisaac

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    1. It's really not funny in Abeokuta. Most of the fuel stations are not even selling. The few ones selling have increased the price to 200/210. In fact someone I know bought for 250. And their meters are not even good. The only place you can get fuel at 145 is at NNPC and the queue is better imagined.

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  14. Havent felt it yet
    Still got an almost full tank.

    There is this thing I do.
    Once I am approaching half tank, I try to refill back to full tank. I consider half tank as my empty guage. It really helps and saves the trouble of risking being totally out of fuel.

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  15. yesterday ajah to vgc was blocked by Nigerians that form 100 queues to work buy fuel. in the process of trying to get a cab to go to work pick pocket took my wallet . then returned it at night.today the whole road is blocked paid double to go to work. i am tired

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  16. Everywhere is so dry cos of fuel scarcity.

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  17. oh Nigeria my country. whoever that did these to you will never go unpunished. we have crude oil but we import fuel.

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  18. Here in satellite we don't even see to buy as most filling stations aren't selling

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  19. Fuel is #240:00 in Ogoja.

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  20. The queue in abuja is like nepa. One minute a million people, the next free station. I buy my fuel by 12midnught at cornoil abi watin be the name opp nnpc towers. They at open 24 hours and no queue from midnight. You can also go the fuel station by vio office in mabushi. They was no queue yesterday .

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