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Thursday, September 03, 2020

Petrol In Nigeria Now N151.56 Per Litre

The price of petrol has been increased to N151.56 per litre, according to Pipelines and Product Marketing Company (PPMC).





This new development was contained in a memo released by the Pipelines and Product Marketing Company (PPMC) and signed by D.O Abalaka.


The PPMC statement reads: “Please be informed that a new product price adjustment has been effected on our payment platform. To this end, the price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) is now one hundred and fifty-one naira, fifty-six kobo (N151.56k) per litre. This takes effect from September 2, 2020”.

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39 comments:

  1. It's well with this nation ooo,Good morning blessed people of God,may the Lord go ahead of us today and always

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    1. this is the worst government ever. Increment in a time when people are losing jobs and receiving half salaries. Now it's official, they don't care about the people. May God continue to protect his people amen.

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  2. God will punish all our leaders who are behind all this suffering in Jesus name, they shall Know no peace in earth Earth and hell.

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    1. And punish those who placed them there.

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    2. Castle, I like this part of your prayer...all the people that voted, helped to rig them in must not be left out in such prayer requests!

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    3. Lady Windsor isn't having it at all!!!!!!!

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  3. What a country called Nigeria!!!
    Just negodu dis government.

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  4. Its about time we start caling this govt out on these things. πŸ™„πŸ€”

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  5. APC goverment is the worst thing that has ever happened to Nigerians!!!...
    I'm happy we are all in this more especially those that brought vuharia!...
    We die here!...

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  6. The hardship Nigerians are going to be experiencing now will be out of this world.
    How can a government be this insensitive to its people?
    Loss of jobs,taxex upon taxes,oh God.
    Thank God Buhari is the president,if not some school of thought wouldn't believe how horrible his government would have been if he wasn't elected.

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    1. I have been thinking so too. They make governance difficult for Johnathan and made him look incompetent. Now, their true colours have shown. Bunch of hypocrites and deceivers. Naira is almost 500 to a dollar yet they're still portraying Bubu to be the best thing to have been discovered after sliced bread.
      We are all in it together.

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  7. IPMAN said they're selling for 162 to cover overhead cost can you imagine 😠😠😠😠

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  8. What kind of wicked government is this sef? People cannot afford basic needs and the only thing this wicked government can do is to increase fuel price? Truly, this life no balance.

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  9. Haahaahaa, shebi Bubu was just talking how shocked he was at rising food prices. Despite the taxes, Herdsmen attack on farmers, increasing fuel price etc,he is still shocked,ok naa

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  10. Since when????they want to gather election money

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  11. We all need to leave this country for this man to enjoy his evil ways.

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  12. Clueless government. Mtcheeeew!

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  13. Waka!!!
    Ohhh how our leaders have sold their conscience to the devil
    And more painful is that na social Media e go end.
    We would still queue up to buy at 200 naira self.
    God punish them
    May they never know peace
    God would pay them for the children dying of hunger, the poor man who commits suicide while they continue to steal
    God would repay. In Jesus name

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  14. Not surprised at all. I have been waiting for them to come up with nonsense since BBN started. They always use the show to divert attention and before you know it, devilish policies have been implemented, but at at the same time it was happening, BBN was dragging headlines with them,and as usual, most Nigerians are more concerned with the BBN show,.. their eyes only open back when the show ends.. walah! Too late by then..

    Nonsense country filled with many useless people.. It still baffles me how one could vote for that Mr lifeless as a president.. and it's more disappointing and hard to believe that a short dwarf professor of law agreed to be his deputy..

    Rubbish country

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  15. I am convinced now that the reason why IBB toppled his govt is not farfetched. I am sure IBB knew what he was doing when he overthrew his govt. The same hardship experienced in that dispensation is the same we are facing now. We had Goodluck whose govt was a bit fair but chose to opt for this Badluck President.

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    1. When the government kept saying they have removed fuel subsidy and fuel will now be sold according to the prevailing cost of crude oil you were all sleeping shey. Better be prepared to buy fuel @ above 200. Even those who live abroad where they have never bought subsidised fuel are insulting the government. Personally l am tired of hearing about subsidies, every administration since 1999 sing with subsidy. Make them remove all subsidies, we go survive

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    2. Sunnyside you know nothing about the place coup of August 1985. Read about it please. Nowa Omoigui, a military historian wrote a classic piece about the coup. It's a long read but you will be educated . God bless

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  16. Stella filling stations are selling at 161.07NGN

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    1. Despite the announcement of #151......na wa oooo

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  17. C' mon,are these guys not thinking at all? What sort of country is this Biko?

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  18. Even electricity tariff has been increased.
    #1,000 unit of electricity that used to be 24.7 or so is now 18.something and you think God will not give our leaders the hottest part of hellfire!

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    1. Yours way higher before the increment, ours is 30 for 1k

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  19. What kind of country is this???? We are the one that produces petrol 😠,we are the same people that can afford to buy it due to its high cost....
    Which way Nigeria😠😠😠

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  20. I don't have much to say,but all I want to say is good morning Yoruba's. Eke arooo!!, No leave no transfer.

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  21. hmm... how Venezuela got to where they are today on my mind...

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  22. The number of comments on this piece is reflection of the society. It shows what we take seriously as a people. Just look at the number of comments on the Erica gist and look at the ones here. It tells you that the youths, which make up the larger percentage of the society, don't even know what they want apart from the "get rich through any means but legit syndrome" it's the reason why the government can act anyhow they like and get away with it because all they'll get as opposition from the youths is maybe 50 comments from SM.
    I weep for this country.

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  23. I bought #160 today in Abakaliki,Ebonyi State. May God help us.

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