Fuel shortage imminent as NNPC stops loading of product in S-West

Long queues at filling stations

LAGOS — Petrol shortage may be imminent in some states as trucks have stopped loading from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation,NNPC, depots in the South-West since Monday.

A reliable source told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos, yesterday, that PPMC, a subsidiary of NNPC, had stopped pumping petrol through its System 2B to five states in the South-West.

He said: “The management of PPMC has not come out with a cogent reasons why it is not pumping petrol to all the NNPC depots in the South-West since Monday, “ the source said. Read more

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