Stiff competition among the petroleum marketing companies has forced the price of Petrol down to N142 and N143 per litre from the regular N145 per litre in some part of the federal capital city.
Our reporter observed that some major oil marketers along the Northern Outer Expressway popularly known as Kubwa express road have since adjusted their litre below N145 per litre.
The popular NNPC filling station long the expressway at Katempe is now selling at N143/litre also the newly commissioned Shema Filling station along the expressway also sells at N143/litre.
Other stations are the A.A Rano on the same road which adjusted to 142/litre and Gegu Oil near Dutse junction which reduced to N143/litre.
Some customers expressed happiness about the development saying that they are already benefiting from the competition.
Ibrahim Usman, a taxi driver, said he always visit one of the stations to refill.
Mr Alex John said he has been enjoying the reduction in price for about two weeks now and called on the stations to sustain it for the benefits of the motorists.