Not long ago, the prices of fuel jumped up following the imposition of new taxes and levies. When this increment hit the country, many people reacted to it and called on the government do something about it because the country is crisis.
The government responding to this assured that it would have a meeting over it with the right authority to talk about the increment of fuel prices.
The meeting the government has with the right authority seems to have gone through. In a communique released by the National Petroleum Authority, the prices of fuel have been reduced as the government noted. The 17pesewas per a litre is now reduced to 9pesewas. This reduction is set to be effective from Wednesday, 5th May, 2021.
"The 17 pesewas per litre in fuel margins previously announced by NPA has been reduced to 9 pesewas per litre effective tommorow, Wednesday 5th May, 2021". The communique writes.
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