Ghana’s removal of fuel subsidy spurs Nigeria’s move to increase price of petroleum products

…Committee on fuel subsidy scam abandons report THERE are indications that the decision by the Ghanaian government to scrap its fuel subsidies to curb fiscal deficit saga in its budget may have elicited fresh fears for Nigerian government pursuing similar policy direction. Besides, President Goodluck Jonathan’s special committee set up to review the Ribadu report on fuel subsidy scam, may have abandoned their assignment due to pressure from some quarters to kill the report. The Guardian gathered ...
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Added June 04, 2013
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