It appears Nigeria’s fuel scarcity has defied all solutions.

Despite government’s efforts to end it, Nigerians continue to sleep at filling stations from December till February.

Now, the newly trained Dangote Refinery graduate engineers are promising Nigerians that the end of scarcity is in sight.

They promised to unleash newly acquired skills to bring the perennial and embarrassing scarcity to a halt once the Dangote refinery takes off later this year.

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The engineers just returned from a training programme at Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. in India.

The engineers, who described their experience as second-to-none in the history of Nigeria's oil and gas sector said never again would Nigeria experience fuel scarcity as the Dangote Refinery would be operated in the most efficient manner.

According to a statement, the Dangote Refinery, in preparation for takeoff, has been sending in batches Nigerian engineers to Bharat Refinery in India, arguably the biggest in the world for training in refinery operation and production.

The Dangote Refinery is Africa’s largest with a capacity to produce 650,000 barrels per day.

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