NYCN condemns price hike of pure water in kogi, vows to resist it | Dailytrust

NYCN condemns price hike of pure water in kogi, vows to resist it

The National Youth Council of Nigeria,(NYCN), Kogi State Chapter has condemned the  price hike of a sachet of pure water from N10 to N20 by the  Association of Pure Water Producers in the state.

The NYCN said the move is being  perceived to be a sinister attempt to make life unbearable for the people of the state.

The  state Chairman of National Youth Council of Nigeria, Ambassador  Usman Samuel Ogohi said the excuse that the cost of materials was the reason for the hike in price of  a sachet of pure  water is rather unfounded.

“We have on very good account through our networks in other states that the price of materials, mostly disposables needed in the production of pure water has remained constant in the past eight months.

“The price of sachet water in states such as Benue, Edo, Ondo, Ekiti and even Niger has remained constant”, he said.

He added that the NYCN is very much aware of the move by the union to create artificial scarcity of the commodity in other to raise demand and “allow for their sinister price hike to stand .

“We on this account call on the Association of Table Water Producers (ATWAP) and other independent producers to reconsider their decision and revert to the normal price of N10 per sachet.

“We will leave no stone unturned to ensure that this move by ATWAP does not frustrate the effort of citizen’s access to affordable potable drinking water”.

He stressed further that the  National Youth Council of Nigeria will be constituting a committee to meet with the state government to share its findings on this matter and “ensure all efforts to economically stifle Kogites are put to a halt”.

 

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