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Fuel Scarcity: Sell At N145 Or Lose Your Petrol, DPR Warns Marketers / Why We Cannot Sell Petrol At N145 Per Litre In South East – Marketers / Fuel At N145/litre No Longer Sustainable – NNPC (2) (3) (4)

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Should Petrol Be Sold At N145 Or N98.38? by upuphim(m): 9:07am On May 14, 2016
Hello Friends, I am calling Thisday Newspapers to confirm that FG subsidizes N12.68 or N12.88 per litre of petrol as publish on the attached. If the figures are correct, then N145 PMS increase is not justifiable. Thisday should follow this up as we Nigerians deserves better life.

What is your opinion? If you reason with me let's give this widest publicity.

Re: Should Petrol Be Sold At N145 Or N98.38? by Dahveydson(m): 9:14am On May 14, 2016
Comprehension is a problem.

FG says Fuel shouldn't be sold for more than N145 to protect the masses, they didn't set a price. But Nigerians, being who they are opt to sell at the maximum price allowed.

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Re: Should Petrol Be Sold At N145 Or N98.38? by allthingsgood: 9:18am On May 14, 2016
The same people who sell the fuel at the highest, will turn around to complain that things are expensive in d market. Nigerians selfishness and greed is out of this world!
Re: Should Petrol Be Sold At N145 Or N98.38? by happen2: 9:18am On May 14, 2016
How much NNPC want to sell own Petrol that is refine locally. This is area govt must look into. lipsrsealed

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