In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 02nd, September, 2020

‘We Are Struggling’ – Nigerians Lament Improve in Petrol Value To N151.56 By Buhari’s Govt

‘We Are Suffering’ - Nigerians Lament Increase in Petrol Price To N151.56 By Buhari's Govt




Nigerians have taken to social media to lament over the choice by President Muhammadu Buhari’s authorities to extend petrol value to N151.56 per litre.


Recall that the Pipelines and Product Advertising and marketing Firm (PPMC), a subsidiary of the Nigerian Nationwide Petroleum Company, NNPC on Wednesday introduced the increment within the pump value of petrol.


The brand new value takes impact from September 2, 2020.


The announcement has stirred reactions from Nigerians on social media accusing the Buhari-led authorities of inflicting hardship on residents.


Some customers on Twitter stated the brand new pump value will lead to a hike in meals gadgets and transportation which is unfair to Nigerians particularly at a time when companies are staggering as a consequence of COVID-19 pandemic.

Listed here are some feedback gathered by DAILY POST from Twitter;


@Codshallom77 “This subsequent degree is basically shaping as much as one thing else! TAXES are being raised throughout the board, levies and petrol pump costs are going greater and earnings ranges of Nigerians have dwindled! Nigeria’s socialism is quick destroying her.”


@OlubunmiMayaki “The Buhari administration is so insensitive to the plight of Nigerians. It has elevated taxes, petrol pump value, electrical energy tariff, stamp responsibility and so on. at a time of worldwide pandemic. Unbelievable!


@BhadmusAkeem “Pipelines and Product Advertising and marketing Firm (PPMC) have directed it’s Stakeholders in Nigeria to extend the worth of petrol to N151.56 per litre. For a rustic that has crude oil deposit, shopping for at N148 is merciless to not speak of N151.56. Simply ask us to go away this nation. Easy.”

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@Shakur “Our crime for all these inflation is being Nigerians. Electrical energy tariff elevated, Petrol value elevated, now watch the worth of photo voltaic tools improve additionally and different issues corresponding to chilly water and tender drinks improve. I pray we 2023 as a nation.”


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@Collins “Why did petrol value go up? Nigerians residents are already struggling, all the things will go up once more available in the market, supermarkets, disgrace on the APC Authorities.”


@Raymond “N151.56/litre is the brand new petrol value. All of this improve in a freaking pandemic. Oh I forgot, Nigerians are very sturdy folks. ”


@Letter_to_jack “How Nigerians occupied the streets as a result of GEJ elevated Petrol value to 140/L and are transferring on as if nothing occurred now that it’s 150/L is a thriller.”


@Jeremiahrmg “Petrol value now promoting at N151.Nigerians deserve a greater coverage from this administration.”


@Mc_matj “So that you guys ain’t accomplished but. We pleaded with you guys to scale back the petrol value and also you discovered it tough to do it successfully. Instantly lockdown was lifted we’ve got seen efficient and reoccurring value improve.”


@Patpaulj “This authorities has elevated electrical energy tariff even on this pandemic. VAT hike, stamp responsibility, petrol value hike and so on. All you do is take and take from Nigerians.”


@Kamaldinda13 “Buhari is attempting so exhausting to make Nigerians poorer. From quite a few taxes and prices right down to a rise in value of all the things, starting from meals to petrol.”

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