According to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), the states of Cross River, Jigawa, and Zamfara in Nigeria have the highest rates for 12.5kg of cooking gas, also known as liquified petroleum gas.

NBS revealed this in their January report on Liquefied Petroleum Gas.

According to the survey, Cross River had the highest average retail price of N13,040.00 for refuelling a 12.5-kilogram cooking gas cylinder, followed by Jigawa (N12,875.00) and Zamfara (N12,725.00).

On the other hand, Kaduna reported the lowest average price at N9,699.50, followed by Niger and Kwara with N10,000.00 and N10,400.00, respectively.

Zone-by-zone analysis revealed that the South-South had the highest average retail price of N12,602.48, followed by the North-West with N12,224.93, while the South-West had the lowest price of N11,189.02.

According to the data, the average retail price of 5 kg of LPG went from N4,962.87 in December to N5,139.25 in January, a monthly rise of 3.55%.

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