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Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by MrAnele(m): 10:32am On Jan 17
Nigeria ranks among the top 10 cheapest petrol selling countries in the world.



With a pump price of N145 ($0.41) per litre, Nigeria is the 6th cheapest place in the world to buy petrol.

Other countries among the cheapest places to buy petrol are Venezuela ($0.01), Sudan ($0.13), Iran ($0.29), Kuwait ($0.34), and Algeria ($0.35).

The average price of petrol around the world is $1.09 per litre (395 Naira), according to GlobalPetrolPrices.com, which publishes data on retail fuel prices around the world and tracking over 150 countries on a weekly basis.

Source: https://listwand.com/nigeria-is-the-6th-cheapest-place-to-buy-petrol-in-the-world

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by shogosco: 10:36am On Jan 17
its our right....not a big deal

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by Oblongata: 10:48am On Jan 17
PMS is expensive in Nigeria only because of the increase in dollar rate...

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by megrimor(m): 10:50am On Jan 17
So that's why they plan to increase it again?

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by flyca: 10:51am On Jan 17
Why didn't you dig out this statistics when fuel was selling at N87?

How many oil producing nations sell more expensive than us?

What is the minimum wage in those “fuel-expensive” countries.

How many of these countries run their homes and businesses on PMS?

Lemme give you an example: An average family man “in a fuel expensive country” uses only about 10 liters of petrol per month. Fuel is not scarce and thus not adultrated. 1 liter is equal to 1 liter! No stories, no queues. Also it is well regulated. There are staff buses to take him to work. He also can use air-conditioned public transport to work. He needs no generator to power his apartment, or run his business. If he needs to travel out of town, he takes a well equipped, well-maintained speed train or he flys! 10 litres is okay for weekend outings and rare necessities.

Now answer me: how many liters of fuel (on the average) does a family man need per month in Nigeria? undecided

Is Zon-B-ism the best work you can do in this world?

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by Josh2x: 10:51am On Jan 17
And how many of them pays fuel subsidy like nigeria

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by MrsNwaAmaikpe(f): 10:51am On Jan 17
shocked shocked
Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by Rekyz(m): 10:51am On Jan 17
We should be at no1. No thanks to the Dullard.

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by OBTMOS(m): 10:51am On Jan 17
Is it a crime for us to occupy the number position? However, the brilliant kids in a class always stay between 1st to 3rd position.

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by MANNABBQGRILLS: 10:51am On Jan 17
Let's do the right thing about this ASAP!

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by osemoses1234(m): 10:51am On Jan 17
Una don start again hope no be wetin I dey think

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by Luxiana19(f): 10:52am On Jan 17
Cheap kwa?
Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by MANNABBQGRILLS: 10:52am On Jan 17
Rekyz:
We should be at no1. No thanks to the Dullard.
what do kids know?!

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by Sunofgod(m): 10:52am On Jan 17
Cheap? When the people are poor.

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by SalamRushdie: 10:52am On Jan 17
anytime you start see such planted stories know the govt plans to increase petrol price

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by bettercreature(m): 10:52am On Jan 17
The pump price isn’t the issue,wages and salaries is the major problem
They really need to tell us the percentage of wage each country is spending on fuel
For example you can’t compare a country where minimum wage is 10$/hr and the pump price of 0.42 to Nigeria where the minimum wage is 0.10 cent/hr and a pump price of 0.41 cent
It’s comfortable for some countries to buy it even if the pump price is $2

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by kanubiafra: 10:52am On Jan 17
another propaganda
made in nigeria
assembled by apc
marketed and distributed by bmc
to be consumed by zone-bies

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by ArcSEMPECJ(m): 10:52am On Jan 17
You are talking rubbish Mr poster,.,.....

No go and make 1 dollar to be equal to #2500 and come back to state how Nigeria has taken over Venezuela with a point rate of 0.0025........

Better warn your Brian and focus on better things
Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by ItzBIM(m): 10:52am On Jan 17
We own it

No big deal

Could be even lower if we had our own refinery

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by Nobody: 10:52am On Jan 17
Yet there is no minimum wage worth telling the world. No social security. No jobs.

Are APC 30k laptop gang stupidly stupid ?

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by bestman09(m): 10:52am On Jan 17
Ok
Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by Uglymugg: 10:53am On Jan 17
Is Petrol free in Venezuela?
Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by kenn4rill(m): 10:53am On Jan 17
What if we start refining our own products, won't it be cheaper? Afterall it was more cheaper 4 years ago.
Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by eagleeye2: 10:53am On Jan 17
Dollar - Naira disparity Loss in purchasing power Low GDP Low per capita income

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by veraponpo(m): 10:53am On Jan 17
It is N900/litre in the US

It is about N500/litre in Ghana

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by PrinceVM(m): 10:53am On Jan 17
dollar bleeped us up now.. n dat y we need to cut deals with China
Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by Uglymugg: 10:54am On Jan 17
ArcSEMPECJ:


No go and make 1 dollar to be equal to #2500 and come back to state how Nigeria has taken over Venezuela with a point rate of 0.0025........


Venezuela is still at the top with the cheapest rate. Do you not know how to read?
Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by gameboyo: 10:54am On Jan 17
What's the minimum wages of those countries?
And do they use that pms to power their electricity?

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by Damsyjay(m): 10:54am On Jan 17
Rekyz:
We should be at no1. No thanks to the Dullard.
still talking rubbish

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Re: Nigeria Is The 6th Cheapest Place To Buy Petrol In The World by jchima14: 10:54am On Jan 17
Its is not just about the price, can you compare the GDP of those countries with that of Nigeria?



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