The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has said oil will be sold the nation over from Wednesday, February twentieth at N140/liter.
An announcement discharged by Chinedu Okoronkwo, IPMAN’s National President, said the slice in cost will most recent five days and end on the 25th of February. IPMAN says the choice is to urge numerous Nigerians to go to their separate goals to cast their votes during the Saturday February 23rd and March sixth race days.
“IPMAN was incited to slice N5 from the N145 per liter authority Petroleum siphon cost in an offer to rouse Nigerians to profit to cast a ballot again for February 23. We ask every one of our individuals crosswise over Nigeria to promptly lessen the fuel siphon cost from N145 per liter to N140 per liter.
“This is a result of the political circumstance that hit the nation after INEC all of a sudden declared the deferment of presidential and National Assembly decisions after Nigerians were completely arranged. We are on the whole mindful how Nigerians headed out to various parts of the nation so as to practice their community obligation; sadly, they heard a miserable news of deferment of the surveys.
“This influenced us to esteem it fit to diminish the siphon cost so as to facilitate their misery, and to likewise persuade them to make a trip again to practice their establishment on February 23.” the announcement read