Fuel scarcity in Abuja and other Nigerian cities continue to bite harder as buyers wait in long queues to purchase the commodity.
Some Nigerians took to social media (both Twitter and Facebook) to express their frustration and also share photos of their ordeal.
According to some of the commentary on Twitter, the situation in Nigeria have become so bad some people are now queueing through the night to get petrol.
For almost a month, Nigerians have been queuing at fuel service stations all over the country to get petrol for their vehicles and other users.
Scarcity of petrol in Nigeria has continued to get worse in the last two weeks. In some cases, buyers have to pay more than double the usual amount to get fuel into their cars.
Do you think the development in Nigeria could have any effect on Ghana in any way? What are your tips for surviving the fuel crisis if you are in Nigeria?