Smiles seem to be returning to the faces of motorists in Abuja as their queuing to get fuel Monday became less of a task. Some of the filling stations in the city that have petrol have been dispensing products to motorists without the usual delays. It can never be overemphasized that about seventy percent of public and private activities depend on petroleum products for survival.
More than two thirds of Nigerians use fuel for one thing or the other and when it is not available, the economy nearly grinds to a halt. But since Monday the lines have been thinning out.