Kerosene price jumped to N1,083/per litre from N441 in 2021 – NBS

President Buhari has launched a plan to phase out the usage of kerosene

The price of cooking kerosene increased to N1,083.57/litre in November 2022 from N441.06 in the same month in 2021, according to the most recent data from the National Bureau of Statistics, NBS.

The price of cooking kerosene increased to N1,083.57/litre in November 2022 from N441.06 in the same month in 2021, according to the most recent data from the National Bureau of Statistics, NBS.




 

According to a state breakdown, Akwa Ibom, Cross River, and Abuja had the highest average prices in November, at N1,417, N1,367, and N1,367, respectively.

Borno, on the other hand, had the lowest price at N876, followed by Rivers at N910 and Nasarawa at N913.

Furthermore, zonal analysis revealed that the South-East had the highest average retail price per litre, with N1,209, followed by the South-West, with N1,163, and the North-East, with N959.



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