Friday, July 1, 2016

Bauchi state petrolium product monitoring commitee has start action

The petroleum product monitoring committee established by the bauchi state government has start action with warning to both major and independent petroleum marketers association of Nigeria to strictly adhere to government regulated price of the sell of the commodity, chairman of the committee captain abdulmalik ningi retired, gave the warning yesterday shortly after stating monitoring the conduct of the sell of the commodity in bauchi metro police and Dass local government area of the state.


the committee monitor the conduct of sells of the product at some filling station which include YANARI OIL, FORTE OIL JOS ROAD, NIGERIAN NATIONAL PETROILIUM CORPORATION (NNPC) MEGA STATION JOS ROAD, AHAMIS NIGERIA LIMITED, and AYM SHAFA along yelwa round about in all the filling station visited with the exception of NNPC the committee chairman directed them to immediately address the situation by adding more pump, saying the comitee will note condole on wholesome behaviours among the petroilium marketers, at some filling station the committee inquired on the quantity of fuel they receive recently from various deport across the country in attempt to authenticate whether they brough it to bauchi state.


At NNPC mega station the chairman of the committee captain ningi challenge the manager on the need to closely monitor the activities of pump attendance at the station who allegedly receive a token from black marketers to stare the commodity, according to captain ningi the management of the filing station need to join hands with the committee to ensure constant supply of the product in the state.

Speaking to newsmen shortly after monitoring the exercise captain ningi appeal to major and independent marketers to strictly adhere to government price saying whoever found one thing will pay the full tax of the law. During the visit on similar mission at dass local government area of bauchi motorist and mortorcyclist at HAMZA AHMAD filling station captain ningi challenge them not to sell the product in gallon and above government regulated price saying the committee will not hesitate to shutdown any filling station who fail to adhere to the comitee warning.

Captain ningi also pledge to support any filling station that order the product and yet to receive it.