Petrol Roadside Sellers Still In Business In Abuja

Roadside sellers of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also known as petrol, are still in business hawking products in some part of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN)
Reports that the long queue at filling stations was gradually disappearing after eight days of panic buying occasioned by rumour of petrol price increase.
NAN reports that the price ranged between N280 and N300 per litre.
He said though the long queue was reducing, some fueling stations were yet to sell while some motorists who did not have patience still patronised them.
“A lot of people are not patient to wait on the long queue so they would rather patronise us.”


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