Monday, 10 September 2012

Fuel Scarcity: Filling stations sale Petrol for N100 in Ibadan

As fuel scarcity bites harder in Ibadan the capital of Oyo state, Filling stations in the state capital have started selling Petroleum products at N100 per litre.

Our man who went round the city capital today reports that most filling stations who had claimed yesterday that they had no fuel and shut their gates to customers this morning opened with an increase in price of the product.

In Ido local government, virtually all the filling stations in Apete community were selling at N100 per litre.

Those selling included Akijun Oil, Komcol filling station, Solace Global resources and Samog Resources limited.

When asked the reason for the increase in fuel price, some of the attendants claimed that their managers told them that lifting price of the product had gone up.

It was gathered that the filling stations had earlier in the day sold at N110 per litre but with public condemnation forced the reduction to N100.

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