This is in line with the decision of the Federal Government to reduce the pump price of petrol from 97 naira to 87 naira per litre.
According to him, if all the petrol stations in the state abide by this new pump price, commuters would have a cause to smile as the union would do all within its ability to bring down fare.
While some of the petrol stations in the state, visited by Channels Television, have started selling at the new price, others have not changed their prices.
According to them, their inability to sell was because they were waiting for orders from the management to revert to the new price.
Some of them also claimed that they bought the fuel at the former price and the turn of event might affect their profit margin.
This has led to the NNPC mega Station being besieged with several vehicles.
Although many commuters expressed the view that the Federal Government’s decision to reduce petrol pump price was to draw attention for campaign purposes, a large number of them also think otherwise.
Some of the consumers who spoke to us said that the action taken by the government to reduce petrol pump price was commendable.
Many were pleased to buy their petrol at the new price of 87 naira per litre.