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Fuel scarcity: Addressing Nigeria’s logistics constraints

Fuel queues are gradually easing off in major cities like Lagos. However, Major marketers are demanding increased supply from the Nigerian National Petroleum Company as depots stock drops. Temitope Kolade, Senior Manager, Oil, Gas and Power Unit at Andersen Nigeria joins CNBC Africa for more.

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