DPR Sanctions Defaulting Stations In Plateau Petrol stations in Plateau State caught in the act of under delivery of product to the public were penalized across some local government areas of the State.
DPR Speaks On Petrol Price The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), Katsina State Field Office, says it will ensure petrol is sold at the government-approved price in the state.The government-approved price is from N162 to N165 per litre.
Despite the appreciable performance displayed by the Transmission Company of Nigeria(TCN)last month as well as rich gas reserves of 203 trillion cubic feet (tcf), restrictions such as controlled gas supply,dilapidated infrastructure and recent problems with the national grid system have subjected the country to major darkness.
The Benue State All progressive Congress (APC) has again recorded a remarkable addition to it's fold and they admit a new entrant who alongside thousands of his followers ,joined the party at Tsar-Mbaduku , vandeikya local government area ,in an elaborate ceremony.
Today's Headlines: Kidnappers Demand N5bn Ransom for King Ikuru, UN Condemns Killing Of 58 In Niger Republic
Kidnappers demand N5bn ransom for King Ikuru.Kidnappers of Aaron Ikuru, the paramount ruler of Ikuru community in Andoni Local Government Area of Rivers State are demanding for N5billion to set him free.
Today's Headline: Youths clash with Taskforce, Fire in Ekiti Plantation, DPR monitor petrol stations
DPR starts tracking Lagos filling stations to assess the price of fuel.The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has increased surveillance of filling stations in Lagos State to ensure compliance with the authorised Premium Motor Spirit pump price band (PMS).
The Independent Marketers Association of Nigeria, IPMAN, has said that its members are not diverting Petroleum products, challenging the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) to produce evidence of any member engaging in the act.
Controversial and outspoken aide to President Mohammadu Buhari has reacted to the recent shutting down of five fuel stations in parts of the country by the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), for selling above the approved/official price for Petrol.
Petrol price: DPR begins monitoring of Lagos filling stations The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) says it has intensified surveillance of filling stations in Lagos State to ensure compliance with the approved pump price band for Premium Motor Spirit (PMS).
With recent complaints and rumors spreading across the public space of recruitment and employment opportunities, the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) is thusly constrained to distribute this disclaimer bringing to the notification of the general public the activities of some fraudulent persons who are using fake employment notices to deceive
Nigeria is a country in her trying moments, with alot of things becoming hard for the Nigerians on the daily basis.The issue of insecurity is another of the challenges facing the nation.
According to a news on naijaloaded.com.ng, the Department of petroleum Resources,DPR, Katsina State office insists that they would make sure that petrol is sold to consumers at the government approved price.The price approved by government is per litre at N162 to N165.
In Enugu state today, it was reported that the Department for Petroleum Resources had put 8 petrol pumps in seal for the fact that they raised the premium Motor Spirit (pms) more than the government approved price.
The Rivers State Government has sealed three filling stations in the state for going against the order given by the Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR over the initial increase in fuel pump price.
Today's Headlines: You Are Alone – Biafra Group Fires Asari Dokubo, Nigeria Will Be Better If Restructured, Says PDP Gov. Aspirant
Petrol price: DPR begins monitoring of Lagos filling stations.
Today's Headlines : DPR seals four stations selling PMS above N165, House of Representatives embarks on Easter break
DPR seals four stations The department of petroleum resources (DPR) has sealed off four filling stations in Bayelsa state for selling petroleum motor spirit (PMS) above the government regulated price of N165 per litre, as well as under- dispensing the product to customers.
Another terrible day for those living in Maiduguri as Nigeria's deadliest terrorist, Boko Haram destroyed some power stations and transmission lines, from the national grid for two months that sparked massive reactions on the internet.
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Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of an Ikeja Special Offences Court on Wednesday expressed concern over the delay in the trial of kidnap kingpin, Chukwudimeme Onwuamadike, a.k.a.Evans.
The Federal Capital Territory's Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) has shut down 11 filling stations for under-dispensing and over-pricing gasoline.Mr. Abubakar Buba, the DPR's Abuja Zonal Operations Controller, confirmed this.