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Tuesday, 29 November 2016

House Of Reps Want Fuel Sold At N70 Per Litre

To drop a circulating rumour that there would be a possible hike in the price of petrol in the country during the festive session, Nigeria’s House of Representatives has moved for the reduction of the price.

The House of Representatives today urged the Petroleum Products Prices Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) to review the current price template for Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) with a view to reducing the price to N70.

The bill titled “Urgent Need to Review the Petroleum Price Template” was sponsored by Rep. Abubaker Fulata.
The lawmakers noted that the current template for the price of PMS could be reviewed downwards without affecting the profit margin of marketers and transporters.
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Jesse Osayande Vucinic Ehiagwina

Liars. Yet they can let NCC increase data volume? LIARS

Endy Edeson

@jesse: It's absurd. I pray NCC makes u-turn in no distant time

Jesse Osayande Vucinic Ehiagwina

Its ridiculous. The NCC obviously are out of touch with reality. The people must act

Mazi Uche Chimadaada

After the season nko?

Endy Edeson

@jesse & mazi: i think Nigerians should protest against NCC. The "milking" of Nigerian government and it's agencies on the citizens is causing untold hardship

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