Nigerians lament lack of petrol

The fuel scarcity is at its worst in Abuja and Lagos where transport fares have now doubled.

Car owners queuing at a petrol station in Nigeria

Nigerians all around the country have taken to social media to lament the current fuel scarcity being witnessed in major cities.

The situation is at its worst in Abuja and Lagos where transport fares have now doubled.

“If this #FuelScarcity isn't crippling the country, then I don't know anything...” Twitter user, Segun Sopitan said on Thursday, April 30, 2015.

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