IPMANIndependent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria
IPMANInternet Protocol Metro Area Network
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Apart from the little experience I garnered at IPMAN, I have never held a political office before.
IPMAN South-West recently said the development was a way of adding more burdens to the ones being carried by the already impoverished masses.
IPMAN has just inked a 5-year throughput and trading deal with Star Synergy Petroleum Services Limited.
IPMAN's national president, Chinedu Okoronkwo, said the association will execute the project in conjunction with yet-to-be-named foreign investors.
Other members of Ibarapa IPMAN who have been kidnapped are the proprietor of Adolad petrol, Elekokan, near Iganagan.
IPMAN gone on strike over multiple-taxation and molesting of its members by the Kano State Tax Force Committee on Petroleum.
In the same vein, IPMAN and NUPENG urged Nigerians to stop panicking over fuel scarcity as there was sufficient product.
Earlier in July, IPMAN had completed a business agreement with some international investors to construct two refineries worth about three billion Dollars at Itobe, Kogi, and Abbe in Bayelsa.
The minister said: 'The Independent Petroleum organisation of Nigeria, (IPMAN), with over 50,000 members and who control almost 80 per cent of our distribution network, met a couple days ago met on how to cushion the effect of postponement, announced the reduction of the price of Petroleum Motor Spirit (PMS) from N145 per liter to N140 per liter.
President Muhammadu Buhari has warned that the smuggling of petroleum products out of the country must stop and has therefore tasked the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN) to cooperate with the federal government to curtail the menace.
A Federal High Court in Port Harcourt has put to one side the appointment of the the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria ( IPMAN)'s National President .
The Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), an employer organisation with over 10,000 filling stations across the federation, had begun their strike on June 15 to protest the increase in the pump price of fuel and the sales of Kaduna and Port Harcourt refineries.