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    Posted March 15, 2014 by
    Expertson
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    Lekki Lagos, Nigeria

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    The 1st Class & 3rd Class Citizens of Nigeria

     
    It has been three to four weeks in Lagos State Nigeria and some other parties of Nigeria has being experiencing scarcity of fuel. The quest of getting it lies only in the hands of first class individuals with exceptional cars and their drums getting filled up..

    The third class people in Nigeria especially those ones living in Lagos can attest and explain how difficult it is to get fuel from the filling stations.

    Fuel scarcity in Lagos and other part of Nigeria began earlier this month causing heavy traffic jam and economics setbacks due to late resumption time and difficulties managing the condition.

    The filling station owners and managers at this time have succeeded in manipulating or to say hijacking or causing damn damage to trucks on their way to Lagos because of their unsatisfied interest.

    In Nigeria whatever comes high hardly returns to formers price. Nothing is being done to still stick to main function in Nigeria system when political hijackers gain ease access to the economic control.

    Government in the other hand even after discoveries and knowing the hijackers links always cover up the track and buries the incidents.

    Government of Nigeria should embark on reorientation program to renovate every sector of governing bodies in order to step up and face the new age and creativity.


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