Lagos - Despite the pumping of an additional 956, 501,315 million litres of premium petrol into the market, long queues were observed on Monday at filling stations across Lagos State.
Several vehicles were seen queuing in front of filling stations waiting to buy petrol, reports ThisDay.
The respite that was enjoyed last week was not caused by any significant improvement in importation but by the concentration of supply to Lagos.
The queues came a week after Diezani Alison-Madueke, the Minister of Petroleum, told the nation that the product available were not enough to go round the country.
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