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Fuel scarcity

18 Feb 2018
Kano fuel scarcity - DPR to begin night raid of service stations.
11 Feb 2018
Petroleum marketers blame deport owners for fuel scarcity in Abuja.
19 Jan 2018
Fuel scarcity - Queues return to petrol stations in Abuja.
6 Jan 2018
Fuel Scarcity - Kachikwu refutes claims of pump price increase.
24 Dec 2017
Fuel scarcity - labour officials prevent marketer from loading petrol.
23 Dec 2017
Fuel Scarcity - motorists lament situation as Christmas approaches.
6 Dec 2017
Fuel scarcity - NNPC assures Nigerians of sufficient product.
29 Apr 2016
It’s a case of different scenarios but similar stories for these small-scale businessmen and women as they encounter a series of challenges due to the rising rate of inflation in Nigeria.
27 Apr 2016
On the second part of the rise of inflation and the Nigerian economy, commissioned by The Guardian, we look at its impact on everyday Nigerians. In Lagos, a taxi driver explains the challenges and effects this has had on his business.
25 Apr 2016
Sanyade Okoli talks to Guardian TV on the current situation of the Nigerian economy, including electricity tariffs and fuel scarcity.

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