Fuel scarcity bites harder in Jos | Dailytrust

Fuel scarcity bites harder in Jos

Fuel scarcity is biting harder as motorists are seen struggling to buy the product at filling stations in Jos, the capital of Plateau State on Sunday.

Daily Trust reports that fuel scarcity began to surface last week.

Our correspondent, who went around the city, reports that there has not been fuel in many of the petrol stations visited.

The only station selling the product as of Sunday morning was that of AYM Shafa located along Bauchi road.

Our correspondent also learnt that fuel is also not available in Bukuru, which is the capital of Jos South LGA, with many of the stations seen empty.

A motorist at the AYM Shafa told our correspondent that though it was hard to get the product, the price per litre at the said station had not been increased as of Sunday, adding that a litter was sold at N165.

Daily Trust reports that residents of the Jos North and Jos South are lamenting over the development.

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