Nigerians are in pains. Their anguish is too much to bear. For weeks, they had no fuel to power their electricity generating sets, their only source of regular electricity supply. They had no fuel for their motor vehicles as the commodity remained scarce owing the debacle between the Federal Government and oil marketers over subsidy payment. At a point, a litre of petrol was sold for about N500 in the black market, while most filling stations were shut.
Things got so bad that small businesses were collapsing especially in the cities where fuel scarcity was biting harder. As things are, Nigerians …Read More
Source:: PM Newspaper