Average Kerosene Price Drops to N288.68 in Sep’16 from N298.19 in Aug'16

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Friday, October 14, 2016 5.43pm/NBS

NBS publishes NHK/kerosene price watch for September 2016. Average price actually paid for NHK/kerosene by consumers in September 2016 stood at N288 from N298 in August 2016.

States with highest average price of kerosene per gallon were Akwa Ibom (N1,254), Anambra (N1,282) & Yobe (1N,238). States with lowest Average price of kerosene were Ekiti (N1,084), Lagos (N1,094) and Gombe/Kano (N1,100).



presents average monthly prices actually reportedly paid by households for Diesel across the 36 States and FCT.

See complete breakdown for September 2016 below. 

 



 

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