According to reports, Nigerian Oil marketers said the lingering fuel scarcity will come to an end on or before June 13, 2015.
The oil marketers made this statement while addressing newsmen after a meeting with the federal government today, June 5, 2015.
The marketers also said the traffic gridlock at the Oshodi-Apapa express is largely responsible for the scarcity as over 3000 tankers are towing to collect fuel from the Lagos depot to distribute to other parts of the country.
They also urged Nigerians to be patient as they will be working with the Lagos State Government to effectively manage the traffic so tanker drivers can quickly pick up fuel for distribution.
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