The resumption of activities at the depots across the country followed the suspension of strike by the National NUPENG.
Ughamadu made the disclosure in a statement on Saturday in Abuja.
He said that the resumption of activities at the depots across the country followed the suspension of strike by the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, (NUPENG).
He further said that the current petroleum products, stocked for supply by the corporation, would be sufficient for over 37 days.
According to him, with the resumption in production of diesel and kerosene by the nation’s three refineries, Nigerians can be assured that the current seamless flow of petroleum products will be sustained.
The Group General Manager, Group Public Affairs further assured Nigerians that NNPC would sustain the prevailing harmonious relations with industrial unions.
He, therefore, called on Nigerians not to engage in panic buying, promising that there was adequate supply of petroleum products nationwide.
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Ughamadu also called on members of the public and stakeholders to refrain from any act capable of impeding the supply and distribution of petroleum products in the country.