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Saturday, December 09, 2017

FG Says There Is No Fuel Scarcity Or Price Increase In Nigeria



Federal government has responded to the fuel scarcity rumour via tweet and says fuel is being hoarded due to rumour of price increase but says there is no increase.....Now you know!!!





21 comments:

  1. Hmmm..... But they are selling 155 per litre here instead of 145

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    1. E go reach N200 sef. Always laik that for our side during festive period na.

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    2. Lol 😁 @ sandy. Xmas things

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  2. Just imagine!!! The que is crazy and annoying. Spent some hours last night while trying to get fuel so you can imagine what it looks like in d day time. We don really hear am for this country kam.

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  3. Hand work of pengassan, they always do this their silly strike thing towards the holidays.

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  4. Nwunye Korkus ,Ole way?🙌🙌👌

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    1. Biko wepu Mbaise n'aha gi. Don't use Mbaise name anyhow. Mbaise is a sacred land.

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  5. Nwunye Korkus ututu OMA..🙌🙌🙌

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  6. But pengassan, said they are going on strike. So the panic buying might be in order. Even though pengassan strike is always fake just to get govt attention.

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  7. Hmmmmm
    I got 170# yesterday after a serious struggling.

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  8. FG just proof to us that they are not actually base in Nigeria. FG is base in diaspora. How do you exoecr them to know what we are facing? Bomboclat FG. The thunder that will fire them is still doing press up .

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    1. Lol 😁 @ based in the diaspora.hahahaha

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  9. Nwunye Korkus ututu OMA..🙌🙌🙌

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    1. Hahahaha 😁 Nwanyi mbaise o dika I furu Stella Na nro ?

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  10. Nigeria needs help. We expect a better 2018.God help us

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  11. As at this morning, in port Harcourt it's 180/ltr

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  12. They are bunch of liars.
    I bought #150 yesterday. The whole filing stations in my area don't have fuel and I entered bus to where I bought fuel yesterday.

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  13. All the fuel stations here in Aguda are all closed and they are still saying that there is no fuel scarcity? Are you sure this our government really lives in Nigeria? Confused people

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