“The corporation has sufficient fuel that will last for over 30 days,” he said
Muhamad added that any perceived or visible shortage of petrol was only a ripple effect of the period when the strike was in progress, adding that “it does not represent a shortage in supply.’’
He noted that the strike embarked by the oil workers’ unions had been called off since midnight of Tuesday.
The unions are the Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (PENGASSAN) and National Union of petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG).
The assurance is coming on the heels of the sudden appearance of queues on Thursday in some filling stations in Abuja.