It is about four days now since the Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr Ibe Kachikwu, said fuel scaricty will disappear in 48 hours.
When Goodluck Jonathan included “ending December fuel scarcity” as one of his achievements, I felt it was too petty.
Over a year ago under Buhari, we trended #FuelScarcity, now it’s back again.
He’s not the standard but GEJ’s is a level Buhari will ever struggle to again.
— Demola Olarewaju (@DemolaRewaju) December 18, 2017
With four days to the most celebrated festival in the world, Nigerians are stuck in one queue or the other around the nation.
— Orie Areg (@OrissAreg_) December 19, 2017
Some lamented what is now the good old days of the Goodluck Jonathan administration, citing that for him to count ending fuel scaricty in December is an achievement is now justifiable.
This is the Abraham Adesanya – Ajah – VGC traffic.
— George Uwaifo (@GeorgeUwaifo) December 20, 2017
— FAYE🤴🏽 (@adu_faye) December 20, 2017