Abuja - Fuel scarcity has resurfaced in Abuja and neighbouring states of Kaduna and Nasarawa in the northern part of the country, Punch reports.
The scarcity worsened on Monday as hundreds of motorists queued for long hours to buy the product at the few filling stations that sold petrol.
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At the various mega filling stations of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation in the city, hundreds of motorists were seen on queues on Monday waiting for their turn at the pumps.
Many filling stations sold the product at prices far above the regulated rate while filling stations belonging to major marketers were still selling at the stipulated N87 per litre.
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