How to detect adulterated fuel
By Guardian Exclusive
17 February 2022 | 6:49 am
With petrol currently hard to come by across many parts of Nigeria, chances are that you could become a victim of adulterated petrol. But do you know that there is a VERY EASY way to detect if petrol is actually adulterated? Watch this video as Guardian TV's Sunny Jacob reveals this and more.
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