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    Politics FG Denies Plans To Increase Fuel Price To N180/Litre

    The federal government has denied plans to increase price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), popularly called petrol to a minimum price of N180 This was contained in a statement issued by Idang Alibi, Director of Press, Ministry of Petroleum Resources. Idang said thee Minister of State for...
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    5 Reasons Nigerians Should Expect An Increase in Fuel Price Soon

    Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu, and the Group Managing Director of the NNPC, Maikantu Baru held a closed door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday, 5th 2016. The meeting came after the marketers expressed support over the decision reached at a gathering of...
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    Metro Strike: Why We Won't Obey 'Black Market' Injunction - NLC Chairman

    The Chairman of Edo State chapter of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Emmanuel Ademokun, Tuesday described the injunction granted the federal government by the National Industrial Court, which stopped the planned strike action by the NLC, until the determination of a suit filed by the...
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    Metro Fuel Price Hike : Petrol Stations Selling Above N145 Sealed in Osun as Attendants Hide In Toilet

    Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has sealed not less than five petrol service stations in Osogbo, the capital of Osun State, for selling Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), also referred to as petrol, above the 145 Naira price band recently set by the Federal Government. According to Channels...
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    Politics Labour Leaders Suggested the New Fuel Price, Kachikwu Tells Lawmakers

    The House of Representatives in Nigeria on Monday began a special session to deliberate on the Federal Government’s announcement of an increase in the price of Premium Motor Spirit, also referred to as Petrol. Minister of petroleum, Dr Ibe Kachiwku during a session with the Nigerian lawmakers...
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    Metro Nigeria: Strike Looms As NLC, Others Meet To Decide Over New Fuel Price

    Labour leaders in the country are meeting today to decide on a possible protest against the increase in the price of petrol. President Muhamamdu Buhari had on Wedsneday raised the price of PMS from N86.50 to a maximum of N145 per litre. The new policy allows marketers to import petrol and sell...