The Situation Report Of Fuel, Price Of Fuel & The Fuel Scarcity Across The States & Town In Nigeria
Fuel scarcity has encompassed the nation and the situation is no longer bearable even to the most popular black nation on the earth. Why Nigeria as a black nation is the most popular and also the most endowed in terms of petroleum natural resources among the black nations. Yet more than 70 years after the country has not been able to produce enough fuel for the over 200 million in the country
Every Christmas and the new year where the most citizens travel to other parts of the country, depending on where they come from, it is sad that during that time the ugly incidence of fuel scarcity raises its fuel as the country continue to struggle with corruption in the highest places and also among the teeming different labour union.
The fuel scarcity started late November 2017, and the country heads who control the flow of energy promises to fix it the second week of December, but until now the nation seems to have adapted to the situation and no lasting situation is coming to being.
The price of fuel today is different whether you buy it at recognised petrol stations or at the black market. If you decide to buy it at black market, you will be paying nothing less than #300 per litre while you can be assured of fuel to your car within 30 minutes, but for petrol stations in the country, if you are not buying it at Bovas, the most corrupted free staff and management both private and government company; this management of Bovas has decided to stick to the official pump price per litre at #145, yet they sell it below it at #143 naira across the nations
if you decide to queue in Bovas petrol stations, as a result of multitutde who are also waitng axiously to buy fuel, you will be spending nothing less than 7 hours in the queue, for now, to buy fuel in the country you must decdie to waste away at least 6 hours at any petrol stations, which of course is not Bovas you will be buying it between #210 to #250 provided DPR members are not around. That is the situation of fuel scarcity in the country today being Nigeria.