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A former Governor of the old Kaduna State, Alhaji Balarabe Musa, has blamed the current petrol crisis on activities of saboteurs in the oil industry who are working in collaboration with some government officials.
As the lingering petrol scarcity continues across the nation, a top official of the DPR, Sunday Senchi, disclosed on Wednesday, December 27, that only one truck was allocated to Niger state in the previous two days.
A civil rights group has accused the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation of constituting to economic sabotage in Nigeria. The group said the NNPC is responsible for the ongoing fuel scarcity across Nigeria.
Kurfi urged marketers to always consider the interest of Nigerians above economic gains and support government's effort by being patriotic in their dealings.
Nigerians have once again being thrown into a fresh round of fuel scarcity and it seems it is not ending anytime soon, despite assurances by the NNPC.
Some owners of these private depots said they must resort to subsidy, a policy already jettisoned by the federal government in order to meet the product demand.
A litre of Premium Motor Spirit (petrol) now sells for N250 in most filling stations owned by the independent petroleum product marketers in Enugu and environs.
Nigerians on Sunday, December 24, criticised Senator Ben Bruce, representing Bayelsa east constituency,for his insensitive Facebook comment about minimum wage.
The Peoples Democratic Party called on President Muhammadu Buhari to find a quick solution to the lingering fuel scarcity affecting all parts of the country.
Some parts of Ibadan, the Oyo state capital, are currently witnessing hard times, as the ongoing scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) has spread there.
28 ships containing petroleum products, food items and other goods will arrive at Apapa and Tin Can Island ports in Lagos from today till early January.
PENGASSAN said on Friday, December 15, that after negotiation with the government over some labour issues, it had no choice than to call its members on strike.
The Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) on Tuesday, December 12, urged the federal government to fish out those behind the fuel scarcity, following ongoing crisis.
As a result of a breach of agreement by NNPC, independent petroleum marketers in Lagos state have threatened to withdraw their services from December 11.
If employers in the oil and gas industry do not address certain anti-labor practices within 21 days, PENGASSAN has threatened to go on nationwide strike.
Ehichioya Ezomon, in this piece talks about the recommendation by the Senate for a N5 levy on every litre of fuel imported and on locally refined products.
When you walk into a fuel station to buy kerosene, petrol or diesel, the last thing on your mind might be getting cheated by the station attendants.
The Striking petroleum tanker drivers have called off their strike less than 24 hours after it commenced. The Federal Government has taken swift actions.
Okonjo-Iweala speaks about her childhood, her activities as the minister, government of Goodluck Jonathan, fuel crisis and others issues.