The Independent Marketers Association of Nigeria, IPMAN, says stakeholders have agreed to sell fuel at affordable prices to reduce the burden on Nigerians.
National Operations Controller of IPMAN, Mike Osatuyi, who made this known during an interview yesterday, said PMS will be available and affordable in two weeks time.
He also said marketers are working tirelessly to end fuel scarcity across the country.
He noted that the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited and all other stakeholders across the downstream petroleum value chain met on Tuesday in their bid to end the crisis.
“Yesterday, there was a meeting in Abuja and the president of IPMAN was there and he gave me feedback on the meeting. So, I can say the NNPC is ready to find a solution to the crisis. They’ve now agreed that they will open more depots for IPMAN to be loading products through their platform at official price and this is what we have been clamouring for for years, he said.
“From what I gathered now, they are given 14 days to clean up the mess. By the next two weeks, we should be able to buy at a very reasonable price. We must all work in the interest of Nigerians and let Nigerians benefit from this subsidy,” he added.