BOVAS Filling Station Switches Price As Authorities Announce New PMS Pump Price

By 03:27 Fri, 13 May 2016 Comments

The Federal Government on Wednesday announced the removal of subsidy on Premium Motor Spirit,PMS, otherwise known as petrol, meaning that Nigerians will now have to buy the product for N145 per litre.

Before now, the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo and the Minister of state for petroleum resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu had hinted on the removal of the controversial subsidy which is believed to be the major cause of the crisis in the nation’s petroleum sector.

However, BOVAS filling station who became popular via social media, for selling petrol at the normal price of 87 Naira per litre even when other filling stations were selling at 120 Naira per litre has decided to follow the band wagon.

BTPPoliticsToday gathered that BOVAS petrol station as at this morning, 12th May 2016, has jacked up her PMS pump price to 145 naira per litre, yielding to the pressure from the FG and to the disappointment of it’s faithful customers.



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