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Fuel scarcity bites harder in Abuja as 10 litres of petrol is sold for as much as N5000 by black marketers

The fuel scarcity in Abuja continues to bite harder on commuters in the Federal capital territory as black marketers have increased the price of the commodity.

NNPC says the issue of fuel scarcity will be over by next week.

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