A cross-section of Ibadan residents has decried the worsening power supply and fuel scarcity as extra burdens, having serious adverse effects on their livelihood.
Speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ibadan on Friday, the residents agreed on the need for the government to speed up actions in addressing the two challenges.
Mr Layiwola Aina, a staffer of a private organisation in Ibadan, said that the situation was so bad, having to suffer from two major things enabling livelihood.
“It is not a sweet experience and it is highly unexpected. To think that we will have to face this, is uncalled for. People are not happy with the present situation.
“We just hope to see what the government promised, because the Minister of State for Petroleum, Timipre Sylva, last weekend, promised an end to the fuel scarcity soon.
“The power that we are generating in this country is also not available for use; this is terrible,” Aina lamented.
Source: Vanguard Newspaper