A meeting of governors with President Muhammadu Buhari and other stakeholders, would resolved and take a decision on petrol pump price soon.
The meeting would hold on Thursday, the Federal Government, the Minister of Labour and Employment, Mr Chris Ngige, after a bipartite meeting of the Federal Government and the organised labour.
He said the government had concluded finished with labour leaders on the issue of the petrol price increase.
The leadership of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) represented the organised labour at the meeting.
Ngige told journalists that labour had investigated the report of the Technical Committee on Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, Pricing Framework as agreed at the last meeting and made their submissions, even as that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, presented their own report.
“The labour side saw that they (NNPC) were making some points and as I said, it is a work in progress. Governors are going to discuss this on Thursday.
They have discussed this at the National Economic Council, NEC, and so everybody is involved because we find ourselves in dire straits. There is no money for subsidy.’’