The Nigerian Halfway and Downstream Petrol Administrative Power (NMDPRA), on Thursday, engaged individuals from people in general to stay away from alarm purchasing fuel as all endeavors are being made to determine fuel deficiency in some filling stations.
Nonetheless, it accused the new lack in fuel supply on the ongoing flooding in Lokoja, Kogi State capital, adding that the flooding has caused the ongoing fuel shortage in Abuja and different states in the North.
In a proclamation on Thursday, NMDPRA, expressed that the improvement had impacted the dispersion of oil based goods to the Government Capital Region, Abuja, and environs.
It said water has lowered a larger area of the city and grounded every vehicular development, adding that as a component of measures to moderate the circumstance, shipping by means of elective courses is as of now continuous.
As indicated by the proclamation, the Power guaranteed the public that there are adequate oil based commodities inland, begging the overall population to stay away from alarm purchasing at fuel stations as the NMDPRA is working steadily with important partners and government offices to guarantee item accessibility the nation over.
It encouraged advertisers to stop from storing the item to not cause difficulty for Nigerians.
It further repeated its obligation to Nigerians to guarantee the consistent stock and circulation of oil based commodities from one side of the country to the other.