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Thursday, 10 March 2016

NNPC moves to end fuel scarcity, releases 228 trucks to Abuja, environs

As part of efforts to end the present fuel scarcity, NNPC says it has released 228 truckloads of petroleum products to various locations in Abuja and its environs. According to a statement signed and released by Isreal Edjeren, the spokesperson of the Pipelines and Products Marketing Company, PPMC, the marketing and distribution subsidiary of the corporation, 52 trucks have been dispatched to Abuja, while stations around Suleja were allocated 23 trucks.

About 30 trucks were distributed beyond Suleja.
“With the strike action by PENGASSAN and NUPENG called off, PPMC have stepped up efforts to fill the void in supply created by the impasse. As at today, 228 trucks have been dispatched to Abuja and environs.”the statement read
Edjeren said all the major filling stations and key outlets like Total, Conoil, Forte Oil, had been fully served with products.

56 comments:

Billionaire Wife luxury lifestyle said...

Story

Charles Okafor said...

Nice




















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SongsOfSUSSAN said...

Good.

AbokiDaWarriBoy said...

Good way to go.

Damolia De Best said...

Se na only Abuja dey naija nie ???





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Memenaija said...

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freeborn zinalima said...

Nice one.
They should do fast an stop it. nigerians are crying calling God to judge terrorist buhari for charming them to vote for him why he is agent of destruction.
Nigerian is bleeding ooo terrorist take back ur scam change and give us back our corruption ooooooooo

















#sad indeed

kayode odusanya said...

Only Abuja? What of we in Lagos?


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Oluwasegun Akinbamowo said...

What about other states

Iphie Abraham said...

What about other states?








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Juliet Iwuno said...

Dats very thoughtful of dem. Linda take note!

Nnenne George said...

They better do or else they will have me to contend with..

SAN SUCRE said...

Thank God because fuel scarcity in Abuja no be beans o..

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The boss said...

Na only Abuja the fuel de go?

Ogbewe Godfrey said...

Good news, I'm planning to relocate to Ghana today, this type of change is terrible,

Anonymous said...

thank o,bcus 10 ltr is 3k in abj

Olaide Davies said...

Good news.

Jamila Shaibu said...

Amen

Flawless Ricko said...

Real story

STERN said...

OH MY...BUHARI HAS COME TO DESTROY OUR DEAR NATION..I missed the days of my MENTOR GEJ. .it was NEVER as worse as this.. BUHARI THE 419 MOGUL, well done. .I love the way you used the dead brains of your useless followers.

favour ezeh said...

Just like that!

James Sanchez said...

its a lie what about the 50trucks that was dispatch to abuja and lagos where are they still now.....Lagos is suffering from fuel if u get to see where filling station selling is either 200 or 150 per liter..

Amafonye Dorothy said...

Pls wat of other States in the country?

Amafonye Dorothy said...

Pls wat of other States in the country?

Anonymous said...

Watch Maheeda fingers herself till she cums in the bathroom

Amafonye Dorothy said...

Pls wat of other states in the country

mc jkcyno said...

Once Abuja is ok..
And probably it's environs..
Other states gbazikwaa oku okwa ya..?
Nsogbu adighi

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Good news

Ichebi Christian said...

Change government!
Nonsense

Juliet Matilda said...

Story for d gods... Na only abj dey naija bah!

Toyosi Adedotun said...

why are they keeping these trucks in the first place???

H S C said...

Light nko???

Oshios Baba said...

Story dis is wat we hear everyday

Don karlitto said...

Linda I just bought fuel now@ 200 per liter,ahu na fum ka ose now, so dis had 2 be a true story ooooh

Hana said...

Its about time

Richard Afon Yinkå said...

Hiss nonsense people

oyinvibes.blogspot.com said...

Shey na only Abuja ni

Charles Omoregie said...

Foolish man! I just hate his governorship, i don't even know why Nigerians voted for him.

creami b said...

Rubbish na only abuja dey d country abi smh

Anonymous said...

Real story! Last week they said same and yet it gets worse

Anonymous said...

good oo

Joyous babe,Linda ikeji first cousin said...

What of Lagos? No feul,no light to change phone huuu,this one na real chain.

ric said...

The same story I keep hearing. I heard something like this last week and nothing changed this week but it rather got worse.

Chimaeze500 said...

Good for them

zizi said...

Nigeria is doomed for change chaiii
#nwanne linda

Vivian Reginalds said...

Mtcheww same ol story
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Pearlie said...

In God we trust

Pearlie said...

In God we trust

sisi said...

What about other states.

Anonymous said...

Buhari will surely die a painful death for suffering the masses.

Uju Phil said...

They should extend it to Lasgidi asap

Ogbukwa Blessing said...

Good news

Saheed Oluwasegun said...

Good moves and that's why it was established in the first place.

Di Mateo Xavie said...

Nice one....but please make it a nation wide distribution

Marie said...

These so called trucks where claims made last week by NNPC yet this week again they are still claiming to be dispatching same number of trucks. What happened to the 228 & 50 trucks dispatched last week Mr NNPC?

Jude Akinwole said...

Same story about 2 weeks ago naw & still the scarcity bites harder! And other cities & tows, are they not in Nigeria? Why the focus on only Abuja? Shior

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