Alhaji Suleiman Yakubu, the National Public Relations Officer of IPMAN, gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Abuja.
Yakubu fielded questions on the long fuel queues recorded at some filling stations in Abuja.
He decried the panic purchases and long queues witnessed in various filling stations throughout the nation’s federal capital.
Yakubu however stated that crude oil value has gone up and it has affected the price of products.
He assured Nigerians that a normal supply of petroleum products would soon be restored since loading has commenced at various deports.
“We want to assure the buyers that government and marketers are doing everything possible to ensure that the products are available in every filling station within a few days starting from today,” stated the IPMAN spokesman.
But some motorists who expressed disappointment over the development urged filling stations that have fuel to sell.
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