– The NNPC increased its price of petrol to N145 per litre
– The station had maintained a price below the general price
– Its spokesperson insists it is not compelled to sell below the general price
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has increased the price of petrol at its retail outlets by N4 from N141 to N145 per litre.
Daily Trust reports that this is the first time the NNPC will be selling at N145 per litre although this is within the maximum price fixed by the federal government since May.
Although independent station shave been selling at N145, NNPC stations and its affiliates’ prices have been hovering between N143 and N141 per litre. In major cities and even less at stations in the hinterlands, the price has been less.
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