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The National Chairman of the All Progressive Congress, APC, John Oyegun has revealed that ?oil cartels and their cronies? resistant to the change mantra of President Muhammadu Buhari have continued to ?blackmail and sabotage? the President?s efforts to make available petroleum products to all Nigerians.

Speaking through a New Year statement released by APC?s Assistant ‎Director of Publicity, Edegbe Odemwingie, Oyegun assured Nigerians that 2016 would be a better year for everybody.

Oyegun said, ?President Buhari?s administration inherited a corruption-tainted subsidy regime run by corrupt cartels.

?Oil cartels and their cronies resisting change have continued to blackmail and sabotage government?s effort on the issue of subsidy and availability of petroleum products.

?To this end, the presidential directive to the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency, PPPRA, to adjust its pricing template to reflect competitive and market driven components should be supported.

?A review of PPPRA?s pricing template will‎ result in a more efficient and realistic pricing system for petroleum products and also result in constant availability of fuel nationwide.?

Oyegun assured Nigerians that the that all the promises made by the party in respect of the 2015 election will be kept.

?The New Year holds great dividends for Nigerians when the policies of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration are enforced in the 2016 financial year.?

He noted that the N6.08 trillion proposed budget Buhari presented to the National Assembly would help take care of all the promises made to Nigerians, including paying stipends to the unemployed.


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