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Baru is expected to brief Buhari on the situation of things regarding the scarcity.

The Federal Government said this on Sunday via its Twitter handle @AsoRock.

The NNPC had on Saturday, December 23, said it would flood the market with petroleum products over the weekend.

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The Corporation denied reports and statements credited to Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose that the fuel scarcity is a plan for the government to increase petrol pump price.

The NNPC reiterated that the Federal Government "remains committed to ensuring that petrol sells for a maximum of N145 per Litre".

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