It appears Abuja is not standing alone on the struggle to get fuel this yuletide period.

Jos, the Plateau State capital is also going through fuel scarcity as long queues were seen on Wednesday.

Motorists slept all night at filling stations in a bid to buy fuel for their cars and generator sets.

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NNPC and Mobil filling stations selling the product at N145 regulated price, experienced long queues, while independent marketer’s stations selling at N190 a litre, have shorter queues.

“Other stations sell-off their fuel to black marketers at night where a gallon of petrol now sells at N1, 200.

“They see this as an opportunity to make money for the Christmas season,” Dadel Mangut, a motorist on the queue, told NAN.

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