The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has said that there is no arrangement to increase the costs of oil based commodities both at the ex-warehouse level and draw cost in front of the prospective yuletide.
The NNPC in a discharge educated that the ex-terminal petroleum cost of N133.38 per liter and the direct cost of N143/N145 per liter have not changed noticing that the Corporation has enough load of fuel to guarantee consistent supply and circulation of items the nation over.
While ordering drivers and different custmoers of oil based commodities to slight inclining bits of gossip about a looming fuel value climb in some online news stages, the NNPC said it has the full responsibility of every downstream partner including oil advertisers and industry unions to participate in accomplishing zero fuel shortage this season and past.
The NNPC ordered drivers not to take part in freeze purchasing or enjoy the risky routine with regards to stocking oil based goods in jerry cans at home.
The NNPC noticed that its downstream auxiliary organizations to be specific the Petroleum Products Marketing Company (PPMC) and NNPC Retail Limited are completely equipped to guarantee that drivers appreciate continuous access to oil all through the country.