Queues have resurfaced in Abuja filling stations.
The petrol scarcity which was first noticed on Saturday continued till today.
Most of the Abuja filling stations have shut their gates to motorists, creating a goldmine for operators of petrol black market.
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Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) says the queue would get longer in days ahead.
IPMAN national chairman, Abubakar Maigandi blames the situation on the over 100 billion naira being owed to marketers which has affected their capacity to lift fuel.
According to him, the over 100 billion naira accrued from the unpaid bridging fund for the past 12 months.
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