Nigeria's fuel queue fury
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Nigeria's fuel queue fury

Nigeria is no stranger to fuel shortages but it seems things are worse than ever.

Thousands of people have been forced to sleep outside filling stations in the hope of buying petrol, some have returned day after day with no joy.

The petroleum minister has said things should be back to normal in a few days. But after weeks of these kinds of promises, Nigerians are finding that hard to believe.

The BBC’s Ayo Bello hit the streets of Lagos to find out more.

  • 06 Apr 2016
  • From the section Africa
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