Stakeholders insist on suspension of fuel subsidy removal

Stakeholders insist on suspension of fuel subsidy removal

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Stakeholders are demanding the suspension of the removal of fuel subsidy, as evidenced by the emergence of queues at certain filling stations in some parts of the country, including Rivers state, some of which were closed to motorists.Stakeholders insist on suspension of fuel subsidy removal

In Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital, the price of petrol ranged from N225 to N240 per liter, in contrast to the previous week’s price of N205 to N210.

Joseph Obele of IPMAN attributed the petrol situation to President Bola Tinubu’s position on fuel subsidy removal.

Dr. Obele, along with NUPENG and PENGASAN, urged President Bola Tinubu to halt the removal of fuel subsidies.

Similarly, IPMAN’s Ukadike Chinedu expressed opposition to President Bola Tinubu’s plan to implement his predecessor’s decision to remove fuel subsidies by the end of June.

Chinedu emphasized the need for the new government to engage in dialogue with marketers before making a decision on subsidy removal.

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