Following the removal of subsidies, prices for petrol in Nigeria hit historical highs


Petrol prices have increased to 617 naira per litre, the highest in history, a few months after Nigerian President Bola Tinubu eliminated the popular fuel subsidy.

Tuesday saw a statewide modification in fuel station prices, which had previously been set at 557 naira ($0.70) per litre at the NNPC-run stations.

Nigerians have protested the increase in the price of fuel at the pump on social media.

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