Friday, May 1, 2015

Fuel Selling At N200, N300 Per Litre In Lagos

The people around Ejigbo in Lagos have cried out that the usual N85 per litre of fuel is now being sold for N300 at some filling stations around. According to sources, some are also selling for N200. Some who can afford it have been buying it, but those who can’t have cried out.

Also in some parts of Lagos, 5 litres of fuel in the black market is been sold for as much as N2500 while some sell for N2000. Which way Nigeria?

41 comments:

  1. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    #110 is still selling down here in the north....
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  14. I knew it would come to this when that useless GEJ decreased to 87 naira thinking he could win elections.

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  15. EDDY WIZ 19 March 2015 at 02:24
    MR EDDY said this heat wan kill person o

    This is very serious.
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    ^™THAT EDO BOY.COM~

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  16. EDDY WIZ 19 March 2015 at 02:24
    MR EDDY said this heat wan kill person o

    This is very serious.
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    ^™THAT EDO BOY.COM~

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  17. EDDY WIZ 19 March 2015 at 02:24
    MR EDDY said this heat wan kill person o

    This is very serious.
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  18. Whomever that's behind this will suffer for life

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  19. NUPENG should do something about the situation now

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  20. When are we going to get to the point when there will be no fuel scarcity, no bombing, no killing, no kidnapping, no raping. I tire for Naija

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  21. our government dont care about the poor,

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    1. The scarcity is affecting business seriously

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  22. You will be lucky if you get at all

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  23. Let Jona go abeg make GMB come reduce the fuel price to 40 naira

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  24. And GEJ is busy appointing commissioners and ministers when he has serious issues like this to attend to

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  25. Prices of everything in the market have drastically gone up. NUPENG should please suspend their strike

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  26. Is this Jonathan parting gift

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  27. Later they will say Jonathan is still working when actually he has stopped. He should do the necessary things so fuel will be available jor

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  28. It's 500 per litre black market by the petrol stations on lagos/ibadan exp way. Devil go rape all these evil politicians for hell.

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  29. Ladun dear, i bought for N315 this morning as i was heading to plate my hair... I just don't want to mention the name of the fueling station. What will one do? i needed the fuel so badly and i was willing to actually pay any amount. This is the current situation we've been placed in Nigeria. A country so blessed and produces this commodity in large quantity. I just don't know what our issue is.

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  30. Petrol has now become gold. Hummmmm

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  31. Something urgent should be done because this hardship too much

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  32. Guess what a girl i asked out asked from me so we could become friends? A 10 litres of petrol!!! I just open mouth fly enter

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  33. I got fuel 10 litres at 5k today.. It s well o... Hmm

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  34. Nor be small thing ooo. Person nor fit carry private car and to enter commercial bus/ taxi/ motorcycle, na wahala. It remains just few days for GEJ to go shaa,make he continue.

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  35. Exorbitant

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