IPMAN asks members to sell PMS at N162/litre

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Hours after the federal government announced an increase in the deport loading price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) popularly referred to as petrol to N151.56, the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) has asked its members in the Southwest region of the country to sell the product at N162 per litre.

The southwest Zonal Chairman of IPMAN, Alhaji ‘Dele Tajudeen told journalists in Abeokuta, the Ogun that his members would be left with no other option than to dispense the product at a price of N162.

Tajudeen explained that since the federal government has decided and puts the price of the product at N151. 56k, IPMAN has no option than to sell at N162 to be able to meet up with the overhead cost.

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Tajudeen said IPMAN members would have to make provision for the cost of diesel to run generator that will power the dispensing machines; pay the cost of transporting the fuel from the depot to their respective filling stations and also settle their statutory levies with the appropriate regulatory agencies.

He said by the time they finish paying all these levies, the cost of discharging fuel at the petroleum filling stations would have shored up to N160, hence dispensing the product at N162 will enable IPMAN members to be able to pay the staff bills and the stations’ gains.

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