Fuel Subsidy Removal: Buhari Bows To World Bank, IMF

President Muhammadu Buhari

By Bayo Bernard No fewer than 80 vessels carrying over 350, 000 tons of petrol   arrived Lagos ports yesterday amidst speculations that the federal government may eventually bow to pressure from the international Monetary Fund, IMF and other international development partners to increase petrol pump price. Their arrival, government sources say, is to re-assure Nigerians that the product is abundantly available, therefore, no need for panic buying. But the comment of the minister of state for Petroleum Resource, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu that the FG has not taken any definitive position…

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