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Average Diesel Price Increases to N195.67 in Nov'16 from N187.25 in Oct'16

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Thursday, December 15, 2016 9.59 AM/NBS

NBS publishes AGO/Diesel price watch for November 2016. Average price actually paid for AGO/Diesel by consumers in November 2016 stood at N195.67 from N187.25 paid in October 2016.

States with highest average price of diesel were Rivers (N220), Kebbi (N209) & Borno (206). States with lowest average price of diesel were Kogi (N186), Delta (N183) and Abuja (N183).

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




See complete breakdown for November 2016 below. 


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