PENGASSAN Strike – Fuel Scarcity May begin This Week

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If the ongoing strike embarked upon by the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria(PENGASSAN) be allowed to linger beyond Wednesday, most depots in Apapa, Lagos, will run out of fuel stock, Punch has learnt.
Following the commencement of the strike on Thursday, loading at Apapa depots, where many marketers get petroleum products to other states, has been reduced due to the absence of workers of the Petroleum Equalisation Fund Board (PEF).
The board personnel usually certify marketers’ trucks to enable them to get bridging funds for fuel being transported to distant parts of the country. It was gathered that marketers were only loading to Lagos and other South-West states that required no payment of bridging fund by the PEF.
The Federal Government had however said it would meet with the leadership of PENGASSAN today in a bid to resolve the problem.
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