As fuel scarcity and hike in pump price bite harder in some states of the federation, the product situation remains stable in Calabar.
A survey conducted by NAN on Friday in Calabar indicated that majority of the fuel stations were still selling a litre at N145.
Similarly, no queues were witnessed in any of the fuel stations visited by a NAN correspondent.
A motorist, Mr James Ogabor, said that from the beginning of December, he had not bought fuel above N145 per litre in Calabar.
“Even when some small fuel stations do not open for business, the big ones like NNPC, Con Oil, Oando and Mobile are always there for us and selling the product at the normal price.
“I pray that the situation remains like this because any change in price due to scarcity will be very bad for us during this period of yuletide,’’ he said.
Mr Lawrence Agim, the Chairman of…
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