NIGERIA DAILY: What Racketeers Make Off Nigerians As Fuel Scarcity Persists | Dailytrust

NIGERIA DAILY: What Racketeers Make Off Nigerians As Fuel Scarcity Persists

Download Here In Abuja, as in other parts of Nigeria, citizens narrate their ordeals – ranging from  being stranded to having to pay much...

Fuel hawkers make brisk business in Abuja
Fuel hawkers make brisk business in Abuja

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In Abuja, as in other parts of Nigeria, citizens narrate their ordeals – ranging from  being stranded to having to pay much more as transport fare and for other goods and services – as petrol becomes more and more scarce.

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On the other hand, black  marketers are having a field day, pushing the price of fuel to levels previously unheard of, even as NNPC assures Nigerians that it has taken measures to bridge the gap that caused the problem.

In this episode of Nigeria Daily, we are looking at why black marketers are pushing the price of fuel.

 

 

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