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Do not engage in panic buying – IPMAN

The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, IPMAN, urged Nigerians not to engage in panic buying, saying that petrol is sufficiently available in the country. IPMAN National Public Relations Officer, Yakubu Suleiman said this on a Television programme on Wednesday. Suleiman said the deregulation of the oil sector and subsidy removal is the only way […]Continue Reading

Ekiti IPMAN Goes Tough on Filling Stations

By Kazeem Ayodeji Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, IPMAN, in Ekiti state have assured the state government that all filling stations in the state will open and start selling fuel at reasonable prices to the people. They gave the assurance in Ado Ekiti a during meeting with Governor Biodun Oyebanji, following sudden hoarding and hike […]Continue Reading

Suspend Operations, IPMAN Tells Members

The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria has directed members to suspend all operations across the country, In a statement signed on Tuesday by Chairman of the Association, Mohammed Kuluwu, the marketers were also ordered to suspend the payment of ordering products from the source until further notice. The association said the decision followed, “the […]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 Cripples Activities In Saki

Volumes of fuel reduced to prevent illegal exportation – IPMAN Residents of Saki in Oke-Ogun Area of Oyo State have started experiencing fuel scarcity.  Motorists, both private and commercial as well as motorcycle riders were Wednesday morning disappointed when majority of the filling stations in the town were met closed. Our Correspondent reports that the Continue Reading