Photo: Nigerian Army floats first fuel station in Minna, Niger state

The Nigeria Army has commissioned its oil and gas filling station that was recently built in Minna, Niger state capital. Chief of Defence Staff, General Gabriel Olonisakin commissioned it over the weekend. The fuel station which runs under Nigeria Army Property Limited (NAPL) is an 8 pump oil and gas station built along Bakungu bye pass Minna.

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The fuel service station has four pumps for petrol and one each for Diesel and Kerosene including a Supermarket and a Mechanic Workshop. It will operate a 24-hour service daily.

The Management of NAPL said the Minna Oil and Gas station is one among the ones NAPL Mega Stations the Army intends to establish across the 36 states of Nigeria and a super mega station of 56 pumps in Abuja, the Federal capital territory.

19 Comments
  1. Harry says

    Good development

  2. Labi says

    This the kind of news we want to hear

  3. adeniyi says

    Nice one army

  4. lanrite says

    Make una no do rubbish for the station o?

  5. naggabo says

    until I see I believe

  6. naggabo says

    not now

  7. Terence says

    Thats good

  8. Pospitips says

    Thats good

  9. James says

    we keep having filling stations but still fuel scarcity wan kill our business

  10. Daniel says

    Bt, na only soldiers go dey go there buy fuel?

  11. oracle says

    cool

  12. naggabo says

    nonsense don’t mind nigerians

  13. amazing says

    Commendable

  14. Akinmolayan Akintade Isaac says

    Nigerian Army building petrol stations across d nation, thus dat mean they will sell @ normal price.

  15. vin says

    they should sell cheap o

  16. Kinns says

    U said it all @James

  17. Quadrianho says

    Great

  18. Larryflex says

    Gud

  19. Sharks says

    Nice improvement

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