Lagos - The fuel scarcity took a turn for the worse, as commuters were left stranded on Monday morning on their way to work, due to the sharp increase in the cost of transportation.
Only a few petrol stations were sold the product as long lines became evident in the few that sold petrol.
The scarcity of fuel has given rise to black market activities, with indiividuals selling petrol in different sizes of jerry cans at prices higher than the pump price.
The stations are still selling petrol at the normal prize of N97 per litre.
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