Calabar - Most of the filling stations owned by independent marketers in the Calabar remained shut, while a few that opened sold the product for as high as N120 per litre, Punch reports.
Only stations belonging to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation sold the product at the government-approved N87.
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An official of the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria said the scarcity of petrol was not as a result of the cut in the price of the product without recourse to private tank farm owners.
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- News 24