12 States With The Least Expensive And Most Expensive Fuel Prices In Nigeria

On May 11th, 2016, the Buhari administration announced the removal of the fuel subsidy with a recommended pump price for fuel at ₦145 per litre.

Immediately following the announcement by the Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu, some filling stations around the country have changed their prices to reflect the subsidy removal .

According to the February 2016 data by the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics,

Here are the 12 states with the highest and least prices at the pump.

12. Edo State – ₦86.50

edo state

 

11. Ogun State – ₦86.53

ogun state

 

10. Lagos State – ₦87.03

lagos state

 

9. Oyo State – ₦87.21

oyo state

 

8. Delta State – ₦87.50

delta state

 

7. Borno State – ₦87.88

borno state

 

6. Kebbi State – ₦111.7

kebbi state

 

5. Sokoto State – ₦111.7

Sultan's Palace, Sokoto

 

4. Abia State – ₦112.1

abia state

 

3. Cross River State – ₦116.6

calabar

 

2. Bayelsa State – ₦120.0

bayelsa state

 

1. Yobe State – ₦122.8

yobe state

 

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How much are the fuel prices in your neck of the woods?