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Good News Nigerians There will be no increase in ex-depot price of petrol in May – NNPC

There will be no increase in ex-depot price of petrol in May ? NNPC

There will be no increase in ex-depot price of petrol in May ? NNPC

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has said there will be no increase in the ex-depot price (price marketers buy products from depot owners; it determines the pump price at filling stations) of Premium Motor spirit also known as petrol in May.

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Group Managing Director of NNPC, Malam Mele Kyari gave the assurance at the end of a closed-door meeting with Petroleum Transport Drivers (PTD), National Association of Road Transporters Owners (NARTO), and oil marketers in Abuja on Monday, April 19.

Mele said;

“We want to inform oil marketing companies that NNPC will not increase the pump price of PMS in May.

“I am giving the assurance and I ask Nigerians to go about their normal businesses; we have over 20 billion litres of petrol in our custody.

“Many of you are aware of this and with the assurance with tanker drivers and NUPENG, there is no need for panic buying of the product.

“Petrol will be available in all the depots in the including NNPC dispatched depot across the country, so nobody should panic in buying the product.”

Also commenting on the strike by PTD which he said is associated with NARTO’s inability to increase their compensation which was not resolved last week, Mele added;

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“We have given commitment to both NARTO and PTD that we will resolve the issue within a week and come back to the table to have a total closure on the issue.

“We also have a robust engagement with our oil marketing partners in respect of increase in the volume product that is check in the Nigerian market.

“We have agreed to work jointly with all the security agencies to contain any possible infractions seen in our borders.

“We will work as a team to curtail this fraudulent practice with the help of the security agencies.”

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