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Fuel Scarcity Continues in Imo State

Fuel Scarcity Continues in Imo State

Daily Post has reported that after President Buhari’s visit to Imo State, many petrol stations in Imo have continued to be under lock and key. Information Guide Nigeria

As reported by Sahara Reporters, cost of transportation in the state have increased and locations were commercial motorist N50, have increased to N150 indicating an addition of N100.

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Speaking with Sahara Reporters, a motorist, Emaka Opara, complained about the situation and urged government to solve the problem of fuel scarcity in the state. Jamb Results

Report reveal that the motorist queued up at the NNPC filling station at Onitsha Road and few other filling stations to buy fuel.

Also, most petrol stations at Amakohia as  at the time this report was filed were closed while others were selling as high as N300 per litre.

Sahara reporters reveal that petrol stations Owerri, had earlier gone on strike over the refusal of payment of compensation to one of their members whose petrol station was damaged by former Governor Rochas Okorocha’s administration.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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