DSS issues ultimatum to NNPC

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The Department of State Services has given Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited and other stakeholders to end the lingering fuel scarcity.

DSS spokesperson, Peter Afunanya, said the decision was taken after a closed door meeting with stakeholders who agreed to end the scarcity.

Afunnaya noted that all DSS commands had been placed on red alert and would commence operations to bring defaulters to book.

Written by: Helen Obih

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