Lagos - The Lagos State Government has directed the drivers of petroleum tankers parked 300 metres away from tank farms to quit the state within 48 hours, reports National Mirror.
The state government in a statement on Wednesday said it was unreasonable to have tankers parked on roads and bridges while queuing for fuel that is not available.
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The ultimatum was issued at a stakeholders’ meeting the state government conveyed to work out an arrangement to unlock gridlocks, which has crippled commercial activities in different parts of the state in the last few days.
The government said information available from the marketers revealed that there was no fuel at the tank farms, noting that there was no justification for the tankers to remain on the queue.
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