Fuel Scarcity, it seems the dreaded fever has commenced again.
Nigeria is suffering from the increased Naira to Dollar rate and now the scarcity of the crude product in the nation.
For the past few days, various filling stations have been filled with queues of motorists, and individuals all in the bid to buy petrol as the commodity seems to have reduced in supply.
Consumers are not happy with the new development as the complain that its not just the fact that fuel is scarce, but they have to purchase it for N120 which is way higher that the supposed N86.5/l
Aeroberry correspondents took a tour round some filling stations and were able to get some reactions from individuals.
A middle aged man named, Ufuoma, simply said: “The whole thing dun tire me, i dun dey dis queue since morning, no be only dat one, na N120 per litre. Money no dey, light no dey, now fuel dun cost, how man won take survive”
A commercial motorist said: “Na so we see am o, last week na N100, this week na N120, and no be only dat one, so many filling stations no dey sell, so if u see d one wey dey sell, u go jump enter”.
The situation is gradually becoming that of concern to the nation in general.