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Nigeria engages oil marketers on petrol price

By Reuters
15 July 2022   |   5:44 am
Nigeria says it is currently in talks with oil marketers over calls for an upward adjustment in the pump price of petrol, bridging claims payment, among others in the downstream oil sector. Luke Ofojebe, the Head of Research at Vetiva Research, joins me to discuss this development.

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