..* in a bid to motivate Nigerians to return to vote again on February 23.”
The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has directed its members nationwide to reduce petroleum pump price from N145 per litre to N140.
Chinedu Okworonkwo, national president of the association, made this known in a statement released on Sunday.
According to the statement, which was signed by Bashir Dan-Malam, chairman of the association’s Kano chapter, the price slash will be effective between February 20 and February 25. “IPMAN was prompted to slash N5 from the N145 per litre official Petroleum pump price in a bid to motivate Nigerians to return to vote again on February 23,” the statement read.
“We urge all our members across Nigeria to immediately reduce the fuel pump price from N145 per litre to N140 per litre.