By Timi Black
Outrage in major cities and states in Nigeria as a litre of PMS is sole between N180, N200 and N250 at of Thursday.
Most hit states were Delta, Bayelsa, Edo, Rivers, Lagos, Abuja and more others.
Motorists, however expressed shock at the unexpected increase of the price of PMS, in spite of the fact that the subsidy removal was suspended.
There was long queues of vehicles lining up in various fuel stations across the country waiting for turn to buy.
The astronomical increase of PMS if not reviewed may cause a serious hardship in the country, as it may affect the price of other commodities.
The current increase of PMS had equally increased cost of transportation nationwide, and passengers were found groaning over the high cost of transportation.
However, president Muhammadu Buhari is yet to comment on the development as NLC threatened mass action.