Lagos - Queues of motorists resurfaced in Lagos, Ogun, Oyo and Kwara states on Tuesday as oil marketers had significantly reduced supply to filling stations across the country, Punch reports.
The scarcity was said to have resurfaced after marketers accused the the federal government of not paying the arrears of the subsidy claims as earlier promised.
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In Lagos and Ogun states, motorists besieged the few filling stations that had the product to sell and the resultant queues affected free movement of vehicles on major highways.
It was learnt that the strike by the Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners and the threat by major oil marketers to stop importing fuel contributed to the scarcity.
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