Fuel Queues: Stakeholders In Closed-Door Meeting -IPMAN

Following the current fuel queues in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), has disclosed that all the relevant stakeholders are in a closed-door meeting to remedy the situation.

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IPMAN National President, Abubakar Maigandi who was pressed for time, told TheFact Daily that the Media would be adequately briefed after the meeting.

However, the paper gathered that the current scarcity was as a result of supply disruptions due to consequential flooding of trucking routes which constrained movement of the products to Abuja from coastal corridors.

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A check around the city centre by TheFact Daily shows that the queues continue to build as motorists were seen engaging in panic buying.

Filling stations, like, NNPC, Total, Mobil, Conoil, were all flooded by motorists in the morning.

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