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Osun Govt Condemns Petrol Hoarding

By Funmi Adekoya Osun State government has condemned the deliberate action of petroleum marketers in hoarding the premium motor spirit, PMS, causing unnecessary hardship for the people in the State. The deliberate hoarding of fuel is sequel to the statement from the inaugural Speech of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on the removal of fuel subsidies. […]Continue Reading

Fuel Scarcity: The Four Critical Ws

As fuel scarcity lingers, one is bound to ask these questions. When will this debacle end? What is the real cause of the trauma the public is made to go through? Who are those that have left their duties undone? Where are we going as a nation? Titilayo Kupoliyi/Simeon Ugbodovon Subscribe to our Telegram and YouTube Channels also […]Continue Reading

Fuel Scarcity Bites Harder

Scarcity of Premium motor spirit, also known as petrol bites harder in Oyo town with some filling stations selling between N220 and N240. Radio Nigeria correspondent reports that many commuters this morning, especially civil servants and school children trekked to their various schools and workplaces. However, only Bovas filling stations are selling at N180 per […]Continue Reading

Ibadan Residents Bemoan Hike in PMS Pump Price

Residents of Ibadan have frowned at the irregular price of premium motor spirit, PMS, known as petrol by most filling stations in the metropolis.  Our correspondent who visited some filling stations in the Ibadan metropolis reports that the majority of filling stations lock their gates to customers while few filling stations belonging to independent marketers are selling Continue Reading

Fuel Scarcity: Residents Lament Hardship in Oyo

Residents of Ibadan, Oyo State capital have continued to witness scarcity of premium motor spirit, PMS, as queues have resurfaced again. Radio Nigeria reporter Olukemi Akintunde who monitored the situation in the metropolis reports that many filling stations were under lock while some Independent marketers that have the product sold between 200 to 250 naira […]Continue Reading