The Trade Union Congress has commended the Federal Government for reducing the price of petrol to eighty seven naira per litre.
TUC however noted that the reduction was not commensurate with the fall in the price of crude oil at the international market.
According to the Labour Centre, the ten naira reduction cannot lead to a fall in the cost of goods and services.
Meanwhile, a constitutional lawyer, Fred Agbaje says the Federal Government should have reduced the price of petrol to at least sixty naira per litre to reflect the more than fifty percent fall in the price of crude oil.
Fred Agbaje said some Nigerians have made up their minds to vote for change even if the Federal Government decides to give them petrol free of charge.