Against the backdrop of the ongoing fuel scarcity, the prices have skyrocketed as petrol is currently selling at N200 per litre in Lagos.
More filling stations have joined the growing numbers of stations without the product while few who had product sell between N 170 to N200 per litre with long queues.
News correspondent who monitored fuel situation within Lagos metropolis around 7 a.m. on Sunday reports that most stations at Ikorodu, Epe, Imota, Ibeju-Lekki and Ajah were seen selling petrol at N200 per litre.
At Be Happy, Mallo, Bravo, Domino, and Dhikram filling stations situated at Ikorodu was selling at N200 per litre while motorists were mandated to pay N50 as ‘commission’ to the attendants before they sell to them.
Mobil, Oando and Total filling stations along Lekki-Epe Expressway were dispensing at N145 per litre but there were…
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