The scarcity of Liquefied Petroleum Gas also known as cooking gas has hit Lagos and some other states in the country.
The other affected states, according to findings by our correspondents are: Katsina, Sokoto, Delta, Kaduna and Kano.
The rise in price of the commodity has been noticed since late last month, causing a continuous rise in prices.
According to a PUNCH newspaper report, gas terminal owners increased prices by 66 per cent in October alone.
In the same vein, price of 20 metric tons of cooking gas rose from N10m at the beginning of last month to N16 million as of late last month as well.
This is despite NLNG currently supplying 20MT of cooking gas to them at N9m.
A market survey carried out by PUNCH also revealed 12.5kg of cooking gas now sells for between N13,500 and N14,000 at the black market.
Some of the traders say gas plant owners now sell to them at between N1100-N1200 per 1kg as they could not access enough quantity.