Lagos - Queues in some filling stations in some states will soon disappear as the Federal Government has approved the importation of petroleum products.
The approval follows the release of the first quarter of 2014 fuel import allocations to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and private major marketers, reports ThisDay.
NNPC received 50% of the import allocation while 30 other private marketers were granted approval based on their capacity and track record in previous quarters.
The allocation, which was done through the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA), is expected to end the current scarcity of petrol.
Read more at ThisDay.
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