FG spent N9tr in oil subsidy in 10yrs – PPPRA

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Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency PPPRA has disclosed that the Federal Government has spent a of N8.94 trillion on oil subsidy between 2006 and 2015. This was disclosed in a document on subsidy payment released in Abuja on Tuesday.

It said that the subsidy was paid to oil marketers and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation () in the period under review. A breakdown of the money indicated that in 2006 a of N257.36 billion was paid, in 2007, N271.51 billion while in 2008 N630.57 billion was paid to marketers.

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Also, oil marketers in 2009 were paid N409.31 billion and N667.08 billion in 2010 respectively as subsidy claims,” it said.

The document further revealed that in the year 2011, federal government paid a of N2, 105.92 trillion an of N1,437.84trillion from 2010 payment.

The PPPRA in the document noted that in 2012, N1.35 trillion was paid as subsidy, the highest in the period under review. “A of N 1, 316.63 trillion in 2013, N1,217.35 trillion in 2014 and N653.51 billion in 2015 was paid as subsidy claims, “it added.

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It noted that the NNPC since 2016 had being the sole importer of the product to the country. It assured that subsequent releases would revealed the amount paid on subsidy before the deregulation of the downstream oil sector.

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