Cooking Gas scarce In major Nigerian cities, price on the rise
Gas plant owners sell to traders at between N1100 to N1200 per 1kg.
Long queue of buyers now common at filling stations.
Abuja and Kwara no scarcity but prices high
Terminal owners blamed the hike on forex and higher prices of crude oil at the international market.
Cooking gas scarce in major cities.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas also known as gas on the rise in Lagos and other states in the country.
Gas terminal owners hiked price by 66 per cent in October. Gas expected to be on the high in price.
12.5kg of product sells from N13,500 to N14,000 at the black market.