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Anenih reveals who can end recurrent fuel crisis

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Anenih reveals who can end recurrent fuel crisis

Unread postby Wsj » Tue Dec 12, 2017 11:07 am

Tony Anenih, former Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Board of Trustees, BoT, on Monday called on President Muhammadu Buhari to bring an end to the perennial fuel scarcity usually experienced during Christmas and other major festivity periods.

The former Minister of Works gave the call while insisting that Bubari had the capacity to bring an end to the perennial fuel crisis.


In a statement he personally signed, the former PDP BoT Chairman urged the Federal Government to do all it could to resolve the crisis.

The statement reads, “Reports have indicated that there are vehicles queuing at fuel stations across the country for premium motor spirit (petrol), due to scarcity of the product.

“In the recent past months, fuel had been readily available at filling stations nationwide and we thought the advent of fuel scarcity at Christmas had gone for good.

“Whatever is the problem, I call on the Federal Government under President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently address it in the interest of the masses of the country, who already have enough challenges to contend with.


“I have no doubt that President Buhari, as former Federal Commissioner of Petroleum and current Minister of Petroleum, has the capacity to stop the recurrent fuel crisis.

“Therefore, whatever needs to be done to restore product supply should be done as quickly as possible and appropriate measures put in place to forestall future recurrence.

“This is the expectation of all well-meaning Nigerians and, in my view, it is not too much to ask from our dear President, who has demonstrated over and again that his word is his bond.”


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