The Independent Petroleum Traders Association (IPMAN), Kano State, has directed its members in the North West to start selling petrol at N168 to N170 per litre.
The chairman of IPMAN in Kano, Bauchi, Jigawa, and Katsina, Bashir Dan-Mallam, made the announcement during a press conference on Friday.
According to him, the union complied with the PPMC's order to increase the price of a litre of fuel.
"I call on all our members within our branch to immediately change the price of their litres from N160 per litre to between N168 and N170 per litre". He said
"This development came after we received a circular from PPMC, advising us on the upward review of the price after it reviewed the market fundamentals gorgeous the month of November 2020."
He assured the nation that it would steady supply petrol in the Kano and the surrounding states.
Source: Naija News