FUEL queues have, again, resurfaced in some filling stations in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) for reasons yet to be ascertained.
This is even as black marketers siezed the opportunity to flood the highways with their 10-litre fuel-filled jerry cans.
Nigerian Tribune, on Thursday, gathered that the queues suddenly started building up at the Area 11 and Area 3 Total filling stations, NNPC mega station central area and some other independent marketers in Abuja.
It was gathered that some filling stations in the vicinity were not selling.
The Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria ( PENGASSAN) had, in a memo dated July 4, threatened to embark on nationwide strike against the Federal Government FG.
The association, however, suspended the six-day strike to allow the government as well as International Oil Companies (IOCs) implement the agreement reached by involved parties.