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Nigerians react as fuel scarcity cripples economic activities

By Guardian Exclusive
09 February 2022   |   8:24 pm
Nigeria, once again, has been hit with a scarcity of fuel, as most filling stations in the country have either stopped selling to the public or have run out of supply. GuardianTV went round to find out how the scarcity is biting hard on Nigerians.

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