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NNPC Explains Why Sudden Fuel Queues In Abuja

NNPC Explains Why Sudden Fuel Queues In Abuja

The Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation(NNPC) has blamed the sudden appearance of fuel queues in some parts of Abuja on the low load outs at deports occasioned by long public holidays.

According to a statement by Garba Deen Muhammad, the GGM, GPAD,
NNPC Ltd also said another factor could be the increased fuel purchases which is also usual with returning residents of the FCT from the public holidays.

He however assured residence of the capital city that the corporation have local supplies and national stock in excess of 2.5 billion liters, with sufficiency of more than 43 days.

The statement reads “The NNPC Ltd notes the sudden appearance of fuel queues in parts of Abuja. This is very likely due to low loadouts at depots which usually happen during long public holidays, in this case, the Sallah celebrations.

“Another contributing factor to the sudden appearances of queues is the increased fuel purchases which is also usual with returning residents of the FCT from the public holidays.

“NNPC and the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority ( NMDPRA) in conjunction with our marketing partners have taken necessary measures to ramp up loadouts from all depots.

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“We assure all residents of the FCT, and indeed all Nigerians, that we have ample local supplies and national stock in excess of 2.5 billion liters, with sufficiency of more than 43 days.

“The NNPC Ltd hereby advises motorist not to engage in panic buying as supplies are adequate as will become increasingly evident in the coming days”.

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