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The Federal Government on Wednesday announced the removal of subsidy on Premium Motor Spirit,PMS, otherwise known as petrol, meaning that Nigerians will now have to buy the product for N145 per litre.
Before now, the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo and the Minister of state for petroleum resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu had hinted on the removal of the controversial subsidy which is believed to be the major cause of the crisis in the nation’s petroleum sector.

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31 COMMENTS

  1. Hehe that’s change in a negative way. Nigerians asked for change n it’s too hot now God help n intervene

  2. Whic 1 com b breakn news again mw wey de news don already break tey tey. Dis’s de continuatio of de new toxic 4rm de govt of lies.

  3. This world is nt meant for everybody, so just seek d kingdom of God first to survive the heartship in this country.

  4. I don’t know why all of us are complaining, is it not CHANGE that we all want?? Here is the CHANGE so lets enjoy it

  5. No no no, ds is absolutely not gd…fuel, N145/litre. Dat’s unfair, it’s 2 much. I hp ds isn’t true…

  6. Na we go still mumu vote for them again if them wan go for second tenor they go come begin mak una happy they giv una unecessary excuses about d inconvenience we face. Let watch if these would not happen they go soon toast una again people wey break heart Change kor change ni

  7. Oboy this is change for life thanks to the old fool buhari. And what are using d subsidy for,d so cald stoln money u hv bin searchn for wt abt dt 1,is nigeria broke nw,wt expenses hv ds country made to make us ds poor to remove subsidy,buhari!!! James is right we are fantasticaly corupt.

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