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Long queues resurface in Ibadan as petroleum stations shut down [PHOTOS]

Long lines of vehicles, bikes and tricycles have reemerged in many pieces of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

Day by day POST journalist who went round a few vital regions in Ibadan on Wednesday and Thursday saw that long lines of private and business vehicles, cruisers and tricycles have reemerged in the majority of the oil stations in the old city.

A portion of the areas visited by our journalist included Sango, Bodija, Total Garden, Mokola, Apete, Awotan, Ijokodo and Gate.

Others included Dugbe, Iyaganku, Ring Road and Apata.

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Our journalist assembled the long lines began on Wednesday when a portion of the petrol stations shut their entryways against imminent purchasers inferable from an alert raised by the Federal Government that some contaminated oil based commodities have been brought into the country.

This made larger part of the petrol stations to close.

The conclusion came about into long lines in the majority of the oil stations that opened for clients.

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Discoveries by DAILY POST uncovered that the couple of stations that had a place with the free advertisers sold the item somewhere in the range of N185 and N200.

Just hardly any petrol stations that had a place with significant advertisers, for example, BOVAS, MOBIL and Total kept up with their costs of N162 per liter.

Notwithstanding, Chairman of the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), Mr. Bukola Mutiu, when reached on Thursday, said that he can’t respond now since he was in a program.

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