There is no respite in sight for Nigerians as the fuel crisis, which began in November 2017, continued on Thursday. Most filling stations were out of fuel despite claims by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, that it increased its allocations to meet growing demands. For instance, NNPC spokesperson, Ndu Ughamadu, told PREMIUM TIMES despite increasing the allocation to Abuja from 100 trucks of petrol to 140, it was surprising that most filling stations in the FCT still do not have enough fuel for their customers. Apart from the NNPC mega filling station in the Central Business District and a few others in the outskirts of the city, PREMIUM TIMES observed on Thursday that several other filling stations did not have products. One angry independent marketer who spoke with PREMIUM TIMES on Wednesday accused the NNPC of insincerity, saying its claim of increased supply to Abuja and other places […]