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Nigeria ranks among the top 10 cheapest petrol selling countries in the world.

Nigeria is the 6th Cheapest Place to Buy Petrol in the World

With a pump price of N145 ($0.41) per litre, Nigeria is the 6th cheapest place in the world to buy petrol.

Other countries among the cheapest places to buy petrol are Venezuela ($0.01), Sudan ($0.13), Iran ($0.29), Kuwait ($0.34), and Algeria ($0.35).

The average price of petrol around the world is $1.09 per litre (395 Naira), according to GlobalPetrolPrices.com, which publishes data on retail fuel prices around the world and tracking over 150 countries on a weekly basis.

Zimbabwe currently is the most expensive place to buy petrol in the world. A litre of petrol now sells for an equivalent of N1,200 per litre in Zimbabwe.


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Nigeria is the 6th Cheapest Place to Buy Petrol in the World

The 10 Cheapest Places to Buy Petrol in the World

Rank Country Price per litre (US Dollar)
1 Venezuela 0.01
2 Sudan 0.13
3 Iran 0.29
4 Kuwait 0.34
5 Algeria 0.35
6 Nigeria 0.41
7 Turkmenistan 0.43
8 Qatar 0.43
9 Egypt 0.43
10 Malaysia 0.46

The 10 Cheapest Places to Buy Petrol in Africa

Rank Country Price per litre (US Dollar)
1 Nigeria 0.41
2 Egypt 0.42
3 Angola 0.52
4 Ethiopia 0.67
5 Tunisia 0.68
6 Benin 0.81
7 Lesotho 0.86
8 Botswana 0.87
9 Namibia 0.87
10 Chad 0.89



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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