FG has no plan to review pump price – NNPC
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) says it has no plan to review pump prices of petroleum products, especially Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), popularly known as petrol.
Senate panel okays fuel price increase, others
A Fresh increase in the pump price of petrol is among the contents of a bill that has been approved by the Senate Committee on Works. It was presented yesterday for enactment by the upper chamber.
Reps engage PPPRA over speculations on fuel price hike
The House of Representatives Ad hoc Committee on Review of Petroleum Pump Price yesterday embarked on a fact-finding mission to the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) to acquaint itself with the real situation of fuel in the country.
No plan to increase pump price of petrol
Mr Victor Shidok, the Acting Executive Secretary of the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA), on Monday in Abuja said there was no plan to increase the price of petrol.
Don’t hike fuel price
It is curious that state officials are speaking in tongues again about the old bogey called “fuel price hike” and the devourer known as “fuel subsidy.” The spin-doctors are on the match again and members of the public....
Another hike in petrol price?
Against the background of arguably the worst economic hardship in Nigeria ever, evident in high cost of living and unprecedented human suffering in the country, insinuations of another increase ...
‘Regional govt, key to running Nigeria effectively’
So far, policies have been put in place by government to address the crucial sectors of the economy, such as power, oil and others with no much success.
Why govt should totally deregulate fuel price, by Famutimi
President of the Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce, Chief Bintan Famutimi has urged the Federal Government to totally deregulate the pump price of oil if it actually wants to end fuel shortage in the country.
UniAbuja issues `no work, no pay’ warning to ASUU, others
The management of University of Abuja (UniAbuja) says it may enforce the ``no work no pay’’ directive on unions that joined Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) strike over recent increase in fuel price.