• Fuel Scarcity: NANS to Have Stance Soonest — Official

    Fuel Scarcity: NANS to Have Stance Soonest — Official0

    Fuel Scarcity: NANS to Have Stance Soonest — Official The National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS has said it will take a strong stance against the scarcity of petrol if the Federal Government does not do anything to end the problem. It further stated that the unavailability of fuel had made it extremely hard for

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  • Fuel Crisis: NNPCL Increases Major Marketers from 7 to 27

    Fuel Crisis: NNPCL Increases Major Marketers from 7 to 270

    Fuel Crisis: NNPCL Increases Major Marketers from 7 to 27 The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited, NNPCL has increased the number of major marketers operating in the downstream sector from 7 to 27 as part of efforts to address the country’s persistent fuel scarcity. The decision to elevate 20 oil companies/filling stations to the category

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  • IPMAN Allays Fears of Nigerians Over Fuel Scarcity

    IPMAN Allays Fears of Nigerians Over Fuel Scarcity0

    IPMAN Allays Fears of Nigerians Over Fuel Scarcity The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, IPMAN has allayed fears by Nigerians over the seeming scarcity of fuel in the country. Speaking to newsmen today, the IPMAN Chairman, Northern Nigeria branch, Alhaji Bashir Danmalam, informed that about 200 trucks loaded with fuel from Calabar are being

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  • Amidst Fuel Scarcity, IPMAN Cautions Abuja Residents Against Panic Buying

    Amidst Fuel Scarcity, IPMAN Cautions Abuja Residents Against Panic Buying0

    Amidst Fuel Scarcity, IPMAN Cautions Abuja Residents Against Panic Buying The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, IPMAN has urged Abuja residents to desist from panic buying of fuel as there is enough products on ground. IPMAN’s Public Relations Officer PRO, Suleiman Yakubu said this to Newsmen in Abuja. He was reacting to the reappearance

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  • Fuel Scarcity: NEITI Blames subsidy, ex-depot price hits N180/litre0

    The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiatives, an agency of the Federal Government, on Monday, blamed the over three-week scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit, popularly called petrol, on the continued subsidy on PMS. It explained that the solution to the country’s prolonged fuel crisis was to halt the subsidy regime as canvassed by stakeholders including the

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