People Driven Interviews

Pump Price can’t be Implemented-NBA.

The NBA through its president condemned the decision to withdraw fuel subsidy, saying that the lawyers in the country are not in support of the removal. (View full story)  

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Fuel subsidy removal – We will block it legally – Reps

Reacting on the removal of subsidy, the House Deputy Minority leader Sulaiman Abdulrahman  Sumaila said the house would do everything legally possible to stop the removal of fuel subsidy. (View full text)

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Buhari to Jonathan: Leave subsidy, tackle graft

Former head of state retired General Muhammadu Buhari yesterday urged President Jonathan to focus on tackling corruption in government instead of removing fuel subsidies. Buhari, who ran for president in April on the platform of the Congress for Progressive Change, spoke in Abuja at the inauguration of the CPC Renewal Committee, headed by former FCT minister Nasir el-Rufai, aimed at repositioning the party. view full text

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Fuel Subsidy Debate with Emmanuel Iheanacho

Further on the debate on the matter of fuel subsidy removal and why government must deregulate, watch former minister of Interior, Emmanuel Iheanacho explain more.

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Oil & Gas (3) – The Downstream Dilemma By Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai

The downstream parts of the oil and gas sector include all activities following the delivery of crude oil to processing plants for refining, conversion and value addition into gasoline, diesel, kerosene and petrochemicals, including transportation, storage, marketing of the finished products and associated services. The value chain entails the supply of crude oil to the refineries, primary distribution from refineries to terminals, secondary distribution

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Organised private sector:We didn’t back subsidy removal

Efforts by the Federal Government to mobilise support for its planned deregulation of the downstream oil sector suffered a hitch yesterday as the Organised Private Sector denied backing the controversial policy. It said some of its members who gave backing to government’s planned removal of fuel subsidy were acting on their own. view full text

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