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Fuelling Stations In Rivers State Reopen After Strike


Fuelling Stations in Rivers State have resumed operations.

This comes after about two days of closure following a misunderstanding between members of IPMAN, NUPENG and some major marketers of petroleum products in Rivers State.

They had accused security agencies and the Rivers State Taskforce of harassments and unnecessary seizure of their petroleum tankers.

The intervention of the national leadership of the affected associations and the Rivers State Government resulted in an end to the industrial action.

Bittertruth Media recalls that before the end of the strike, commuters in the state were greatly affected due to a corresponding increment in transportation fare within the city and other parts of the state.

The resumption of business was confirmed by the Rivers State Commissioner for Energy and Natural Resources, Dr.Peter Medee.

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