IPMAN orders members to sell petrol at N143.8 per litre

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IPMAN orders members to sell petrol at N143.8 per litre

The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association, IPMAN, Kano branch has ordered its members across the state to immediately change the price tag of Pr

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The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association, IPMAN, Kano branch has ordered its members across the state to immediately change the price tag of Premium Motor Spirit, popularly known as petrol from N123.5 to N143.8 per litre in their respective filling stations.

The Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency, PPPRA had on Wednesday released a circular, advising the petroleum marketers to adjust the pump price to N143.80 after a review of the prevailing market fundamentals for the month of June.

However, the Chairman of the IPMAN Kano branch, comprising of Kano, Bauchi, Jigawa and the Katsina States, Bashir Dan-Mallam, gave the directive while addressing newsmen in the state on Wednesday.

According to him, the association heeded to the advice of the PPPRA for the upward review of the pump price of petrol as contained in the circular.

He disclosed that even before the increment, private depot operators were already selling the product at a higher price which had caused losses to the members.

“I call on all our members within our branch to immediately change the price of their litres from N123.5 to N143. 80,’’ Bashir directed.

” This development came after we received a circular from PPPRA, advising us on the upward review of the price after it reviewed the market fundamentals gorgeous the month of June.

“Let me tell you that we are already at a loss because we had been buying the product at a higher price from private depot operators,”

Dan-Mallam also calls on the general public not to panic as the association is up and doing to ensure steady fuel supply during and beyond COVID-19 lockdown.

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