The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Southwest Zone D extends its commendation to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Limited (NNPCL) for assuring Nigerians that there will be no increase in the price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS). In a climate of economic uncertainties, this assurance provides a sense of relief to citizens facing various challenges.
Nigeria has experienced fluctuations in fuel prices in recent times, impacting the cost of living for many citizens. As such, any reassurance from relevant authorities regarding price stability becomes significant for the well-being of the populace.
NANS Southwest Zone D acknowledges and commends the NNPCL for its commitment to ensuring that the PMS price remains stable. This assurance not only alleviates the concerns of students within the Southwest zone but also resonates with the broader population grappling with economic uncertainties.
The student union appreciates the transparency exhibited by the NNPCL in communicating its stance on fuel prices. This transparency fosters trust among the Nigerian people and reinforces the importance of open communication from governmental and corporate entities.
Fuel price stability is particularly crucial for students who often face financial constraints. The assurance of a steady PMS price minimizes the economic burden on students, enabling them to focus on their studies without the added stress of unpredictable fuel costs.
NANS Southwest Zone D encourages continued collaboration between student bodies, government agencies, and corporate entities to address socioeconomic challenges collectively. Such partnerships can contribute to the overall stability and well-being of the Nigerian populace.
While commending the current assurance from the NNPCL, NANS Southwest Zone D emphasizes the importance of ongoing advocacy for policies that prioritize the welfare of the people. The student union pledges to continue engaging with relevant stakeholders to ensure that the concerns of students and citizens are considered in policy decisions.
In conclusion, NANS Southwest Zone D expresses its appreciation to the NNPCL for assuring Nigerians of the stability in the price of PMS. This commendation reflects a collaborative effort to address economic concerns and underscores the significance of transparent communication in fostering trust between the government, corporate entities, and the Nigerian people. The student union remains committed to advocating for policies that enhance the welfare of students and the broader community.
Comrade Alao John
Coordinator of National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Southwest.
Comrade Sanni Sulaimon Olamide
Secretary General, National Association Of Nigerian Students (NANS) Southwest
Comrade Bamigboye Peter Oluwadamilola (Dammygold)
Public Relations Officer, National Association Of Nigerian Students (NANS) Southwest