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Fuel price rises 223.21% to N769.62 per litre — NBS

Fuel price rises 223.21% to N769.62 per litre — NBS

The national average retail price paid by consumers for Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, otherwise known as petrol increased year-on-year, YoY, by 223.21 per cent to N769.62 per litre in May 2024 from N238.11 per litre recorded in the corresponding period of 2023.
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FG buying time to increase fuel price ― Femi Falana

FG buying time to increase fuel price ― Femi Falana

By Rasheed Sobowale Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Femi Falana, in an interview with VanguardLive TV, has claimed that the Federal Government was buying time towards increasing the fuel price. Falana, who was responding to a question regarding the purported fuel price hike across the nation, stated that the PPRA who released a statement regarding […]

Utomi, Na’abba, Agbakoba, Moghalu, others reject new fuel price

Utomi, Na’abba, Agbakoba, Moghalu, others reject new fuel price

*** Urge Buhari to go back to N145 and not N165 or N170 or face Nationwide Mass Protest *** Move to Mobilise Nigerians to Occupy NNPC Depots and Fuel Stations Nationwide, Plan to storm Aso Villa soon By Henry Umoru THE National Leadership of the emergent National Consultative Front of National Leaders of Conscience, currently […]

There’s no increase in fuel price, Ngige assures Nigerians

There’s no increase in fuel price, Ngige assures Nigerians

By Johnbosco Agbakwuru The Federal Government has assured the tripartite labour community of the organised labour, organised private sector and indeed all Nigerians that there is currently no increase in the price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS). A statement in Abuja by the Honourable Minister of labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige said there will […]

There’s no increase in fuel price — FG

There’s no increase in fuel price — FG

The Federal Government has assured the tripartite labour community of the organised labour, organised private sector and indeed all Nigerians that there is currently no increase in the price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS).

NNPC insists petrol depot price will not increase in March

NNPC insists petrol depot price will not increase in March

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation has insisted that petrol depot price will remain unchanged in March. This is coming as a reaction to the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency, PPPRA fixing the pump price of Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, also known as petrol, at N212.61 per litre, for the month of March on Thursday. [ALSO […]