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New pump price: Petrol sells for N617 in Abuja, N565 in Lagos

Some filling stations in Abuja and Lagos have adjusted their pump price for petrol to  N617.00 and N565.00.

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Some filling stations in Abuja and Lagos have adjusted their pump price for petrol to  N617.00 and N565.00.

This development follows the announcement of a new pump price by oil marketers, on Tuesday.

In Abuja, TECHNOCRATMedia observed that some fuel stations have adjusted their price.

At Emadeb filling station close to the Banex area, petrol now sells for N617.00 per litre.

This development in the territory has led to a return of queues in some fuel stations in Gwarinpa, Galadima and the Central Business Area (CBD).

The new price of the product in Abuja rose by 14 per cent from N537.00 to N617.00.

TheCable reports that a litre of petrol now goes for N565 at TotalEnergies filling station in Alakija.

Before the adjustment, the product sold for between N488 to N500 per litre in Lagos.

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