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DPR seals 5 petroleum depots in Calabar

By NAN   |   02 August 2015   |   11:36 am  
Calabar.

Calabar.

The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has shutdown five petroleum depots in Calabar for selling Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) above the ex-depot price of N77.66 per litre.

Mr Asuquo Antai, DPR’s Controller of Operations in charge of Cross River and Akwa Ibom, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Eket on Sunday.

“The depots have been suspended from loading products to marketers, for selling above the ex-depots price of N77.66 as stipulated by government.

“We are selling off the product to the marketers at the official price of N77.66 per litre at those depots that still have it,’’ he said.

Antai cautioned other depots in Calabar against dispensing the product above the official price or the wrath of the law would catch up with them.

He added that marketers were expected to be selling PMS known as petrol at the official pump price of N87 per a litre.

He further said that DPR would sanction and prosecute erring marketers caught selling PMS above approved pump price of N87 per litre.



  • Bd

    Nice job

  • Mazi JO

    Atta Boys! You have the National support. There should be no letting to this flexing of muscles. As far as it is not maliciously carried out , the Law is behind you 100%. The Nation has suffered enough. Redress must start somewhere. It could well mean you have started it. But be sure it is done as prescribed by the government. Do not tarnish your good work by deviating from the rules. Expose them that will attempt at bribing for double punishment. And for the people, it will get worse to get better. Let the change advance!

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