Lagos - The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has supplied about 197 truckloads of petrol to Lagos and neighbouring cities in the last 24 hours to ease the ongoing fuel scarcity.
The truckloads were released to Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) on Wednesday, reports Daily Independent.
Olumide Ogunmade, Chairman, western zone of IPMAN, said with the level of petrol injected into the western zone by the NNPC, the queues would thin out in the next few days.
He assured the public that the association is doing everything possible to monitor fuel retailing in the zone to check hoarding.
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