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Pulse TV News Fuel scarcity crippling Nigerian entertainment industry

The thrills of Nigerian entertainment news and gossip is about to be taken away as the current fuel scarcity is taking its toll.

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The current state of fuel scarcity in the country is taking its toll on various sectors including the entertainment sector.

On May 24 2015, major radio stations Beat 99.9 fm and City 105.1 fm announced a temporary shut down due to the unavailability of fuel.

The Triple MG boss Iyanya also had to cancel his trip to liberia on May 24, 2015 where he was scheduled to perform at the Ebola Free concert because the airline companies found it difficult to purchase aviation fuel

Major network service providers MTN and Airtel also announced that customers would soon start experiencing difficulties in reception if the needed fuel is not provided soon, because they are running low on the needed fuel to power their engines.

Just how much longer before everything shuts down?

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