The Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Mid-Stream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Agency (NMDPRA) Mr Farouk Ahmed has paid an unscheduled visit to some Petroleum Products Coastal Depot in Apapa Lagos.
The aim of the visit is to address the lingering Fuel scarcity across the Country.
Meanwhile, Ejigbo Satellite Depot of the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has urged the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Ltd. (NNPCL) to give same window given to Major Oil Marketers Association of Nigeria (MOMAN) to buy fuel at regulated depot price of N148.17 per litre.
The Chairman of IPMAN Ejigbo Depot, Mr Akin Akinrinade, made the appeal in Lagos on Wednesday while addressing the media on the price disparity of petrol to IPMAN members by depot owners.
Akinrinade wondered why private depots get petrol from NNPCL at official rate of N148. 17 per litre but sell at N220 per liter ex-depot price to IPMAN.
Published by Ikechukwu Josephine