Monday, February 22, 2016

Stop panic buying - NNPC tells Nigerians, says there is enough Petrol to serve the whole country

Following queues in some Fuel stations in Lagos and Abuja, NNPC has asked Nigerians to stop panic buying as there is enough Petroleum supply to serve the whole country.

47 comments:

anita gold said...

If I hear.

anita gold said...

If I hear.

samson adele said...

Alright oOo

BARCA4LIFE said...

Na today. Story.

Anonymous said...

Oga this is nigeria you cant trust NEPA, buy yuh fuel o,lol see how politicians motivate each other

Chioma said...

Like Seriously why are there even queue at petrol stations

ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

Lol...Nigerians know from experience fuel might b scare anytime soon! I don't blame d panic buyers!!!

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Alright

AbokiDaWarriBoy said...

Good they cleared the air. Who get ear make em hear!

Anonymous said...

HAVE YOU HEARD...

MY FELLOW Nigerians


meenah_wakil on iNSTAGRAM

Anonymous said...

HAVE YOU HEARD...

MY FELLOW Nigerians


meenah_wakil on iNSTAGRAM

Eric Nesty aka LIB'S FINEST said...

We don hear.


##FINEST

CHERYL (aka FROM GLORY to GLORY) said...

No fuel, no light, Na wa oo

Juliet Godwin said...

That's nice! Some people just like commotion...

Saheed Oluwasegun said...

Obviously some people deliberately createso artificial hoarding of pms to create room for black market so that they can reap offor the poor masses.The relevant agency should start picketing and locking up these errant filling stations.

Y.F.C. Omrex said...

Noticed.

Adenike Bamigboye said...

Gud to hear that

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Den let dem sell na


...merited happiness

Psalmuelle aka Samstone. said...

I pray so

#LIB ADDICT#

freeborn zinalima said...

Hmmmmm another lies from terrorist buharis led scam government.
There is enough fuel and u fools are trying to increase the ones that is there clowns in the name of government.



















#sad indeed

sanrock said...

Ok seen

OSINANL said...

OK...

golda awosika said...

Ok o, it's almost beginning to affect us in ib




#*karlishah*

Anonymous said...

We dey look or panicking....nuel

Juliet Iwuno said...

Na the panic buying dey cause problems for us. Linda take note!

uche ekwulugo said...

Help me tell nigerians. Every small thing we go dey panic no patience at all



AJ MAIN BOY...

Jamila Shaibu said...

Na so....good one

Solomon Chukwuka said...

Talk....bullshit

opeyemi joshua said...

So y d scarcity in lagos... Gud to know sha

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

Ok, we don hear.

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

Ok, we don hear.

gift oluoma said...

Ok

RareSpecie Z said...

We don hear.

christie benjamin said...

Mere words!! Ain't we tired of it already??

Miriam Aguzie said...

Okay. Good news#Lindangwanu#

GREAtson Vieriche CJ said...

Hellloooo! It's not the first time we'd be hearing such a bold tweet! The last time I heard it, We were almost pushing our car along Ore express way in search of fuel.

otee elizabeth said...

Ok

AOI said...

But many filling stations are not selling and those that are selling are doing so at between 100 and 120 per litre

Ify Chude said...

I think this administration should of a necessity set their ego/pride/arrogant aside and consult the previous administration what they did to eliminate petrol queues for years. Nigerians are suffering because of their cluelessness.

Oluwatosin Ayeni said...

"Serve the whole country". For how long?

Ogbukwa Blessing said...

Ok oo

udeh martha said...

Okay.

Pretty face said...

We don't want to take chances, we have to save up for the raining day

Ogbewe Godfrey said...

Everybody is living a confusing life. God helps us

Anonymous said...

They should tell the petrol stations to stop panic selling...

Vivian Reginalds said...

Odiegwu
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

sharon ichu said...

Thank goodness

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