After months of fuel scarcity across States in the Country, long queues at Filling Stations are gradually disappearing in Ibadan, the Oyo State Capital.
Some Filling Stations sighted, by Pensioners’ FM’s Correspondent, had few or no queues at all.
Some residents in Ibadan when speaking to our correspondent, sigh a heavy relief, they however decried the continuous rise in the fall of fuel prices.
According to a resident, Mr. Godwin John, “the fact is that there is fuel in the country but some marketers chose to hoard for their own selfish interest.”
Another resident, Mr. ADEKUNSI AKINYEMI, “Government should work on the different prices that marketers choose to sell fuel, and I thank God for those still selling at 165 Naira per liter.”
The respondents, pleaded with the Government to find a lasting solution, to avoid the reoccurrence of long queues at filling stations.