The Main Oil Entrepreneurs Affiliation of Nigeria (MOMAN) says the deregulation of the sale of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) will probably be helpful in the long term.
The Chairman, Tunji Oyebanji, mentioned this in an announcement on Friday.
He predicted extra jobs and investments within the oil sector.
The increment of petrol ex-depot worth of N151.56k for PMS towards the N138.62k has seen pump worth go as much as between N160 and N163 per litre.
“As issues stand, we’re into full deregulation. That is coming at a time most of our residents are fighting difficulties created inside the context of the post-COVID-19 financial system.”
He mentioned Nigeria now has the chance to get it proper by rebuilding the financial system.
“We welcome authorities’s motion in permitting the market to find out costs as we imagine it’s going to stop the return of subsidies whereas permitting operators the chance to get well their prices,” he mentioned.
Oyebanji added with deregulation, costs would go up and down relying in the marketplace forces.