Fuel Scarcity: Again, Queues Reappear As SSS 48-Hour Ultimatum

Barely 48-eight hours after the expiration of the ultimatum given to the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited, NNPCL, and oil marketers by the State Security Services, Fuel queues have reappeared in Abuja and other cities across Nigeria.

It will be recalled that the DSS had announced that it will launch a manhunt should the fuel scarcity which had ravaged cities across Nigeria since the beginning of 2022 continues.

Speaking at a stakeholders’ meeting in Abuja, the spokesperson for the SSS, Peter Afunanya, issued an ultimatum calling on the fuel station managers to ensure an easy selling and buying of Premium Motor Spirit PMS.

However while the queues disappeared from the fuel station by the weekend two days after the SSS ultimatum, the queues lines has reappeared.