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JUST IN!!! Buhari Planning To Increase Fuel Price To N450 Per Litre

A socio-political activist, Deji Adeyanju has raised an alarm over moves to increase the pump price of fuel in Nigeria by President Muhammadu Buhari’s led Government.

Adeyanju alleged that they are planning to increase the price of fuel to N450 per litre.

 

In a series of tweets, the activist accused the All Progressives Congress, APC-led Federal Government of plotting to kill
Nigerians with suffering and hunger, despite the promise of change.

Adeyanju also lamented over the high cost of food under the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government.

He wrote: “They are planning to increase fuel price to N450 per liter. The clowns that promised CHANGE in 2015 are determined to kill Nigerians with suffering and hunger.

“Bag of beans under corruption = N12,000, Bag of beans under integrity = N75,000

“Is integrity not wonderful?

“Bag of sugar under corruption = N8,000.

“Bag of sugar under integrity = N26,500.

“What Buhari cannot destroy does not exist.”

Recall that Zainab Ahmed, Minister of Finance, had said fuel subsidy is costing Nigeria resources that should have been used for education and health.

She noted that it’s crucial for the country to exit fuel subsidy regime in 2023, stressing that fuel subsidy is a “major drain and waste” on Nigeria’s economy.

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Wisdom Nwedene studied English language and literature at Ebonyi State University. He is a seasoned investigative journalist, editor, writer. Contact him via 07034977317 or Nwedenewisdom@gmail.com ; Facebook : Wisdom Nwedene Twitter : @Wisdomkosi (Instagram) : Wisdom Nwedene

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