Average Petrol Price Drops to N146.3 in Sep’16 from N147.3 in Aug'16

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Friday, October 14, 2016 5.14pm/NBS

NBS publishes September 2016 PMS/Petrol Price Watch. Actual price paid by consumers for petrol in September 2016 stood at N146.3 lower than N147.3 paid in August 2016 and higher than N95.2 paid in September 2015.

States with highest Average prices of Petrol in September 2016 were Cross River (N155), Kaduna (N152) and Yobe (N152). States with lowest Average price of Petrol were Osun (N143), Abuja (N143) and Akwa Ibom (N143).

NB: The NBS report presents average monthly prices actually reportedly paid by households for PMS across the 36 States and FCT.

See complete breakdown for September 2016 below.


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