Where to buy fuel: Weeks after another round of fuel scarcity hit the country, fuel queues have not gone away. As a result, many Nigerians are spending the Christmas in search of petrol. Although the product is increasingly available at filling stations now, many stations sell well above the official pump price of N145 and some selling as high as N300 and many people have to settle for black market fuel, paying even more extortive prices. Check out this spots in Lagos where black market is being sold and find the one close to your locale
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1. Ikorodu Road
Yes. This is not exactly a spot; it is more of a den of black spots. This long stretch of road is probably the best to be on when your car is almost running on empty.
That is because there are several black market spots along the road. From Fadeyi through Palmgrove to Obanikoro and beyond, black marketers hangout near the many filling stations that dot the road, waiting for customers.