Fuel Scarcity Looms As IPMAN Threatens Strike

Fuel Scarcity Looms As IPMAN Threatens Strike

The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), Cross River State Chapter, has said that the association may soon stop distributing and selling petroleum products in Cross River State. Jamb Result

According to RIPPLES NIGERIA, the association said it will consider this decision due to harassment by the police.

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RIPPLES NIGERIA reports the Chairman of Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria, Robert Obi said, “When we approached the policemen in our office what they are doing, they told us there is an ‘order from above’ to come and take over our office at the Calabar Depot. Information Guide Nigeria

“This is an act of impunity, we shall not hesitate to withdraw our services because the police have no business in how we run our affairs; neither do they have the right to determine who and who our members are.

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“Rather than the police authorities enforcing law and order and restoring peace in the association, they were igniting a fire and trying to impose a leadership on the members, especially in the Calabar Depot, thereby creating an “unknown faction to take over our secretariat at Calabar Depot.

“We want to draw the attention of the general public to the continued harassment of our leadership and some members of IPMAN in the name of enforcing a directive by a Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG). We were surprised that about 6 pm, a police team from federal housing stormed our secretariat and tried to force us out and install an illegal leadership.

“It is the economy and the public that would suffer the consequences of the strike as other branches would not hesitate to join us in the fight to liberate IPMAN in the zone. So, we call on the federal government and police authorities to call their men to order.”


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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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