Gas value: Presidency explains why Buhari in contrast Nigeria to Saudi Arabia

The Presidency has defined why President Muhammadu Buhari in contrast the gasoline value in Saudi Arabia to that of Nigeria throughout his Independence Day nationwide broadcast on October 1.

The Presidency additionally mentioned it was unwise and unfair for the federal government to subsidize the price of petrol for metropolis dwellers whereas the farmers and herders who haven’t any vehicles nor mills are left with nothing.

Throughout his broadcast yesterday, Buhari mentioned gasoline will now be bought at N161 per liter in Nigeria, noting that different nations similar to Ghana, Niger, Chad Saudi Arabia and different oil-producing international locations promote petrol on the next costs than Nigeria.

Read Also :  Sultan mourns Emir of Zaria, Shehu Idris

Requested why the President made the comparability throughout his look on Channels Tv on Friday, Garba Shehu, a Senior Particular Assistant to the President Media and Publicity, mentioned, “We belong to a worldwide market system. We’re shopping for principally our refined merchandise from the worldwide market.

“Is it honest that the taxpayers’ cash…what number of Nigerians have vehicles anyway? What number of of them run mills of their houses that they want this gasoline for?

“Is it honest that the farmer, herders and low stage individuals within the society that the taxpayer cash is taken from them is subsidising the life-style of our metropolis city dwellers? So these are.. the President is simply attempting to be as sensible on these issues as potential.

Read Also :  Champions League Group H draw: Owen reacts, advises Manchester United

“So Saudi Arabia is necessary on this dialogue as a result of, what’s the technological price of manufacturing a barrel of oil in Saudi Arabia?

“It’s no more than 1 / 4 of what we spend right here and but you see them charging greater than Nigeria. How a lot involves Nigeria if you have a look at our technical price? …”

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*