By Adebukola Aluko/Titilayo Kupoliyi

Long queues of commercial and private vehicles, as well as motorcycles and tricycles which started in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital on Monday, persist.

A visit by Radio Nigeria to some filling stations at Ring Road, Oke-Ado, Dugbe and Mokola axis revealed that most of the filling stations were not open for business.

Some motorists spent their nights at the filling stations with no hope of getting the fuel, as the commodity was yet to be dispensed as at the time of filing this report.

The situation was the same at some filling stations in Bodija, Customs, Idi ape, Ashi , Basorun and Akobo axis of Ibadan Metropolis.

Also, Long queues existed at AP and Bovas filling Station in Bodija, and at Olarem filling station in Basorun.

It was observed that most filling stations were under lock and key, with people seeking to buy fuel, left helplessly wandering around, while the very few filling stations operating, sold between 950naira and 1200naira.

The motorists lamented that the hardship posed by scarcity of fuel was becoming unbearable, and appealed to the government and relevant agencies to make the commodity available and affordable to the people.

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