Kano - Long queues of vehicles have disappeared as the petrol filling stations sell premium motor spirit at N145 per litre in Kano.
Checks at many filling stations in the metropolis revealed that most of those that closed down for several months returned to business since Thursday.
A Station Manager, Malam Sani Alhaji, disclosed that they decided to come back to business because they bought at higher rate.
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"Everyone knows the purpose of business is to make profit. We cannot sell our products at a loss but we opened now that the price is better," he said.
Many motorists have claimed that they were happy that the product was available.
"I am very happy that the product is available at fillings stations," Malam Aminu Ado said.
He added that he was buying the product at N250 per litre after staying long in queues in the past few weeks.