Fuel queues back with a vengeance stalling Nigerian economy

Nigeria's financial capital Lagos is running on fumes again. A fuel scarcity reached a climax this week with cars in lengthy queues clogging traffic, stoking tempers and dampening investor confidence in a top oil producing country. Local newspapers reported paramilitary officers shooting dead gas sellers on the black market, as the Lagos state governor announced a ban on "indiscriminate queues ...
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Added April 10, 2016
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