In Lagos, fuel queues are disappearing, but the price in some places ranged from N200 to N220 a litre.

While major marketers like Mobil at Isolo sold the product for N169/N170, some independent marketers sold a litre for as high as N230, N270 and N320.

In the City Centre of Abuja, queues eased as major fuel stations sold for N180 yesterday, but had persisted in the suburbs, such as Lugbe and Kubwa.



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