Reduce Fuel Price to N60 Per Liter – PDP urges President Buhari

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has once again urged the Federal Government to slash the pump price of fuel to reflect the prevalent slump in the cost of crude oil and petroleum products in the international market.

The party made their grievances known via a press statement on its verified twitter handle.

The PDP insists that the APC and its government have no justifiable reason to continue to retain the pump price of fuel at N125 per liter despite the drastic crash in the international price of crude oil.

The party noted that given the prevalent international price, the appropriate price template for domestic pump price of fuel in Nigeria ought to be between N60 to N70 per liter, in response to the variables of international market forces.

The PDP stressed that the APC government ought to have reduced the pump price, earlier in the year, to N90 per liter when crude oil price slumped to about $30 per barrel.

The party, therefore, wonders why this administration had continued with N125 per liter, even with the further fall in the price of crude oil price. The PDP berates the APC and cautioned it to stop fleecing Nigerians with inappropriate fuel price template, particularly at this time when the citizens are battling with the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The party, therefore, demands that the Federal Government should reduce the pump price of fuel without further delay.

See the tweet and the statement below.

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