The former lawmaker’s advice is coming few hours after the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) revealed it will maintain the current ex-depot price of premium motor spirit (PMS), better known as petrol, until the end of negotiations with organised labour.
Reacting to the statement from the regulatory body, the former lawmaker suggested that the labour union for university lecturers, known for its constant dialogues with the government, should represent the citizens.
Dialogue with the FG for the new Petrol price;ASUU should represent Nigerians on the negotiation table.
— Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani) March 26, 2021
via: Information Nigeria