A litre of petrol is selling for N300 in black market in Ibadan the Oyo State capital.
A few other marketers, which also opened their outlets were, however selling at higher pump prices of between N190 and N250 per litre. But most filling stations are closed.
A resident of Oke-Ogun area of the state alao told The Nation that scarcity of petrol was biting harder in the area.
He said a litre is sold for N270 at filling stations in the Oyo North senatorial district.
The sudden hike in the price of petroleum products, which is a direct product of scarcity, is causing Nigerians untold hardship, in Lagos and its environs.
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