Another Nation-wide Fuel Dearth!!!!!!!

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Hey dolls/fellas………It’s a beautiful day and it is quite important to always kick-start the day thanking God for the Gift of Life…..So many slept last night and couldn’t make it to this Great Day!!! So why shouldn’t you be Thankful???

Today, I want to talk about the state of our Country-Nigeria. I am very sure we are all aware of the nation-wide fuel scarcity.

It breaks my heart to see long-queues at the Filling stations and  to think that we are an oil-producing Nation (WHAT A SHAME!!!)………………………….What Really Is The Problem???

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Before this whole malaise resurfaced, The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) foresaw this looming adversity and called on The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to step up import of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) popularly referred to as ”petrol” to avert another dosage of scarcity across the nation…….But did The NNPC heed to this call???

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Well, i read in the Newspaper yesterday that The NNPC has increased its daily supply of petrol to Lagos from 295 trucks (9.7 million litres) as at Monday to 310 trucks yesterday, which is 10.2 million litres.

The Executive Secretary of Major Oil Marketers Association of Nigeria (MOMAN), Obafemi Olawore said marketers received the 310 trucks yesterday, adding that if the same quantity is received today, the long queues at filing stations will ease out by end of the week.
So Beautiful People of Nigeria, let’s keep our fingers crossed and hope/pray that this misfortune ends soon……………………………………………………………………………..
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