The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), has dissociates from the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress (TUC) strike on Monday.

National Public Relations Officer of Nigeria Suleman Yakubu, contributed on this during an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Abuja while reacting to the planned strike by the organised labour for Monday.

Which he advises Nigerians to cooperate with the government in ensuring that the economy grows better and stronger. For the past month, Federal Government announced an increase in fuel Pump price as Petrol, from N143.80 to N161 per liter.

According to an Award9ja News report, it was disclosed by Executive Secretary of Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory “Abdulkadir” Said, in a circular dated Wednesday, July 1, 2020.

And oil marketers pointed out that the ex-depot collection includes the statutory charges of bridging funds, maritime transport average, National Transport Allowance, and administrative charges.

PPPRA had stated that it arrived at the new price regime after taking into consideration the operating costs of the oil marketers.

It can be recalled that at the beginning of the month of June, there was a minor adjustment of fuel price as it was fixed at N121.50 per litre from N123.50 per litre in May. The new price in July represents an over N20 per litre increase when compared to the price last month.

A statement issued by the Deputy Director/Head of Press and Public Relations, Ministry of Labour and Employment, disclosed that the meeting will hold where last one held, Old Banquet Hall at Presidential Villa.

Organized labour had given the government September 28 deadline to revert to the old prices of petrol and electricity tariff if not they would proceed on strike.

The increases and decreases in petrol has become Max Siollun’s Oil Politics and violence in our nation Nigeria which is number cases of agenda while there’s no peace in niger delta.

In addition, “IPMAN will not be part of the strike the NLC is calling, since our Association is not part of NLC”. and Organized labour had given the government September 28 2020 deadline to revert to the old prices of petrol and electricity tariff if not they would proceed on strike.