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Fuel Subsidy Removal in Nigeria: Current Situation in Lagos

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Fuel Subsidy Removal in Nigeria: Current Situation in Lagos

effects of fuel subsidy removal in nigeriaCrazy line up at filling stations

Jan 2, 2012 – Fuel Subsidy Removal in Nigeria: Current Situation in Lagos

The current situation in Lagos state  Nigeria is tensed.

Naijagists.com reporters went around the state on Monday morning to access the situation of things. Below are their findings naijagists.com

Crazy queue at several filling stations in Lagos

The roads are deserted

Lagos roads are emptyOjota

Several Petrol stations are selling petrol for $148 per litre while others are empty.

Commercial buses aren’t operating leaving several commuters stranded naijagists.com

commuters left stranded in lagos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Effects of Fuel Subsidy Removal in Nigeria

Increased price of commodities

Coke is now selling for 100 Naira

Pure water is selling for 10 Naira. Bread is selling for 100 Naira ( use to be N40)

A derica of beans costs N250 ( use to be N120)

Transport fare from Yaba To Ojota used to be N100, it now costs N300

The standard of living in Nigeria today is too high for an average family.

How can someone earning N10, 000 survive with all these.

A mother of 3 earning N15,000 will definitely have to starve to take care of her children.

Sadly, these crazy politicians don’t buy fuel (they use official car), they don’t pay house rent, they don’t pay bills ( they reside in official quarters )  they don’t buy food, water is free, hospital bill is free, official cars, air fare grants, everything is free for them.

A big shame on these dumb ass government.

10 Comments

10 Comments

  1. John

    January 2, 2012 at 10:35 PM

    Mr president anybody who advise u to remove fuel subsidy is not giving u good advise.goodlucky ur creating more hardship in this country remember not everybody is rich.mr president is’t how ur go to lead nigerians to hardship.mr president we taught ur the mesiah of this nations.

  2. Gloria

    January 3, 2012 at 7:02 AM

    What is the President doing, removing fuel subsidy for nigerian die of hardship. Pls Mr. President do sometin, many Nigerians are suffering.

  3. Bare boi

    January 3, 2012 at 9:40 AM

    Mr G lucky J.., pls increase our life minimum wages… If dat is d case…

  4. Abed

    January 3, 2012 at 12:23 PM

    Pls may we no start to dey halla, we should wait and see wat will hapen!

  5. Oyoyo onyenaekwu c

    January 3, 2012 at 10:15 PM

    Mr p. U are trying 2 make us belive dat d fuel subcidy removal wil help beta d lyf of d ppl, when d moning is used 4 beta tins. Bt i prove u rong, u shld hv known hw d inflacial reson, day wil stil lew u into braking nigerians into robish. And dat wil nt b gud 4 u. 4 i kw u wil neva go free. 4 mst ppl believed in u n u ‘r about 2 betrey us. B wish.

  6. Watersamuel

    January 4, 2012 at 1:44 AM

    NLC What ‘re u doing increase minimum wage 4rm #18,000 2 #200,000,dat’ll be okay 2 merge up.even d #18,000 jonathan hasn’t pay,demonstratn of craziness.

  7. Oluwasanu

    January 4, 2012 at 6:08 AM

    If truly mr president suffer in his early stage in life,if truly he walk on bare footed.then he should not add to d surffering of comon man.

  8. Wisdom

    January 4, 2012 at 8:39 PM

    It is a revolution that brings solution whn situations re above control by capable Government. think Nigeria should be divided as d situation @ hand is more than one President to solve. So that we knw where we re going. Nigeria need to face the reality of things.

  9. Tinubu John Olugbenga

    January 12, 2012 at 2:52 AM

    The issue of fuel subsidy removal is a good development, but the approach from the federal government is just too harsh and at the wrong timing. Firstly, Mr President needs to cut down all unreasonable excesses, stabilize the power supply, constructs good roads and put in place all other necessary things. Then, we can now think of subsidy removal.

  10. Omolade

    January 14, 2012 at 3:04 PM

    Mr president i heard you are in southAfrica for your daugther’s birthday n’ we are suffering here we leaders of 2moro can’t go 2 school.To GOD WHO MADE ME N’ U U WILL NOT REAP D FRIUT OF ur children.AMEN

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