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Fuel sells for N650 per litre in Adamawa

By News Express on 12/04/2016

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As the fuel scarcity worsens nationwide, a litre of Petrol now sells for N650 per litre in Adamawa State.

But the Department of Petroleum Resources says it is working with the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria to curtail activities of black marketers in the state.

The comptroller of DPR in charge of Adamawa and Taraba states, Sunday Akeen, made this known in Yola.

Akeen, who was represented by Barnabas Nyaornyi, said that the fuel scarcity would soon be over, noting that the NNPC has supplied enough product to the state.

Also, IPMAN Chairman, A.A Butu, commended the federal government and the NNPC for carrying them along in resolving the current fuel crisis. (TVC)

•Photo shows fuel queue.

Source News Express

Posted 12/04/2016 3:00:58 PM





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