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Petrol Scarcity Persists As NNPC, DPR Forage For Solution

Inadequate supply of premium engine soul (PMS) generally called petroleum has kept on convincing numerous fuel stations in various piece of the nation to apportion the item making line of vehicles at retail stations take off.

A record of day by day PMS truck out to Abuja and environs since January 1, 2017 demonstrated that PMS supply to retail outlets have been fluctuating since the start of the year.

The information acquired by our columnist in Abuja demonstrated that over the most recent one week, every day PMS truck out has normal 101 trucks however up 140 trucks were provided late January.

In any case, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) had in December said typical truck supply to Abuja was 70 every day asserting that extra trucks of oil had since been sent to Abuja.

This comes as the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) Abuja Zone has started every day checking of all retail stations in the city to guarantee items got are sold to the general population.

Talking in the wake of reviewing some filling stations in the government capital on Tuesday, the DPR Zonal Operations Controller, Abuja, Mr. Abba Misau said he would by and by lead the activity to screen fuel stations every day.

“There ought not be any booking for any client. Whatever the sort of client you need to pitch the item to general society. We can’t acknowledge that any longer and we will keep on monitoring,” he said.



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