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NNPC explains why queues for petrol returned last weekend

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The Nigerian Nationwide Petroleum Company (NNPC) has defined why queues for petrol returned at some filling stations in Abuja final weekend.

 

The petrol queues have been blamed on “low loadouts” at depots. Garba Deen Muhammad, NNPC spokesman added that purchases by residents who just lately returned after the public holidays additionally contributed to the queues.

 

Muhammad additional revealed that efforts are ongoing to deal with the state of affairs. The assertion learn; 

 

“The NNPC Ltd notes the sudden look of gas queues in components of Abuja. That is very possible attributable to low loadouts at depots which normally occur throughout lengthy public holidays, on this case, the Sallah celebrations.

“One other contributing issue to the sudden appearances of queues is the elevated gas purchases which can also be standard with returning residents of the FCT from the general public holidays.

“NNPC and the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA), along with our advertising and marketing companions, have taken needed measures to ramp up loadouts from all depots.

“We guarantee all residents of the FCT, and certainly all Nigerians, that we have now ample native provides and nationwide inventory in extra of two.5 billion liters, with sufficiency of greater than 43 days.

“The NNPC Ltd hereby advises motorists to not have interaction in panic shopping for as provides are sufficient as will grow to be more and more evident within the coming days.”

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