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BREAKING: FG Removes Subsidy, Fuel To Sell For 145 Per Litre / Breaking: FG Removes Subsidy, Fuel To Sell For 145 Per Ltr / When U Buy 25 Ltrs Of Fuel @ #200 Per Ltr And Ur Mum Pours It Away 2 Fetch Water (2) (3) (4)

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Breaking: FG Removes Subsidy, Fuel To Sell For 145 Per Ltr by Adesege(m): 4:41pm On May 11, 2016
The Federal Government, Wednesday, removed subsidy on Premium Motor Spirit, also known as fuel as it will now sell for N145 per litre.

Details later…

Source: http://adesege.com/fg-removes-subsidy-fuel-to-sell-for-145-per-litre/
Re: Breaking: FG Removes Subsidy, Fuel To Sell For 145 Per Ltr by rottennaija(m): 4:42pm On May 11, 2016
Finally
Re: Breaking: FG Removes Subsidy, Fuel To Sell For 145 Per Ltr by chiefolododo(m): 4:43pm On May 11, 2016
FG? what is FG? Remove wetin? Just like that? Men you be got to be kidding me.
Re: Breaking: FG Removes Subsidy, Fuel To Sell For 145 Per Ltr by gisthit: 4:43pm On May 11, 2016
shocked shocked shocked

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