Fuel queues have resurfaced in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.
DAILY POST gathered that most of the filling stations are not dispensing fuel as the scarcity of the product bites harder.
The few filling stations opened for business are selling between N290 and N300/liters.
An official of the Port Harcourt unit of the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria said the scarcity is due to lack of product at the depot.
According to one of the leaders of IPMAN in Rivers State, only one private depot out of the 19 in the state are selling product for marketers.
Also, the Rivers state chairman of the Petroleum Product Retail Outlets owners Association of Nigeria, Francis Dimkpa said there is “no sufficient” product in the depots across the state.