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28 Jan
Nigeria has approved 3 trillion naira for the payment of petrol subsidy for this year. This follows the extension of subsidy payment and implementation of the Petroleum Industry Act by 18 months.
26 Jan
The Nigerian government had previously planned to phase out the gasoline subsidy program, calling it "unsustainable." Despite being Africa's main oil exporter, the country relies on importing petroleum products.
26 Jan
It's toxic for the environment and also a huge waste of energy. According to recent studies, the oil industry of Nigeria alone flares off 8 billion cubic metres of gas each year.The gas is a by-product of oil production and could be used as energy. But so far, oil companies have avoided making the necessary investments to do that.
7 Oct 2020
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26 Jul 2019
Senator Barau rejects fuel subsidy removal
10 Dec 2018
Fuel subsidy arrears, bad legacy of PDP, says Senate Leader.
22 Jan 2018
Examining the petroleum subsidy debate.

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