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By Ruth Olurounbi

About 165.71 million litres of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) was imported into Nigeria in the second quarter of 2018, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) says in its “Petroleum Products Importation and Consumption (Truck Out): LPG (Q2 2018)” report released on Sunday in Abuja.

 

According to the report, April recorded the highest volumes of LPG imported into the country at 59.89 million litres, following 55.37 million litres imported in May and 50.45 million litres imported in May, the lowest  in the period under review.

 

According to the bureau, the statewide distribution of truck-out volume for the second quarter showed that 105.49 million of LPG was distributed nationwide during the period under review.

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