Queues have eased at filling stations across Yola Metropolis in Adamawa State.
The Nigeria National Petroleum Company Limited, NNPCL mega station in Yola as well as other retail outlets which used to experience very long queues were also free as motorists were able to purchase the product without stress.
This is not unconnected to the recent announcement of adjustment in the price of Premium Motor Spirit, PMS by the NNPCL.
Most of the filling stations which were hitherto locked have opened and seen dispensing at between 550-600 naira per liter.
Some of the motorists who spoke to Radio Nigeria expressed surprise at the sudden availability of the product in many filling stations that refused to dispense before the increment in the pump price.
Some of them condemned the removal of fuel subsidy, saying it will inflict more hardship on Nigerians, while others were optimistic that the policy will turn around the
economy for the good of all citizens.