Petrol Sells For N300/Litre In Ibadan

Fuel-Scarcity- KOKO TV.NG

A litre of petrol is selling for N300 in black market in Ibadan the Oyo State capital.

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While most filling stations shut their doors to consumers, virtually all BOVAS outlets are selling for motorists at the official rate of N180 per litre.
This has led to lengthy queues in its outlets across the city.

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.

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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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