Nigeria’s president-elect, Muhammadu Buhari may have been holding discrete talks with petrol importers on how to resolve the lingering scarcity confronting the nation.
News of the meeting was broken today by Tokunbo Korodo, the south west chairman of the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG).
He said he had the information that the Depot and Petroleum Products Marketing Association (DAPPMA) is meeting with the President-elect on the subsidy issue.
“I think the outcome of that meeting may determine if DAPPMA will reopen the depots for loading or import more into the country.”
Korodo said the prevailing fuel scarcity may worsen …Read More
Source:: PM Newspaper