Black Market Sales of Petrol; CSO Faults FCT Administration, Federal Authorities. Saying Nigeria Image At Stake.

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Abuja stakeholders has faulted the sales of petrols on the FCT roads by black marketers, stating that this does not portray the government in good light.

They faulted the FCT administration for allowing such awkward situations in the nation’s capital in the last two months.

“The thriving buisness of black market hawkers of petrols on the entrance and exit to the nation’s capital, is quite disturbing and unfortunate.”

Ibrahim galadima who spoke on behalf of the CSO directed the two ministers to set up petroleum products monitoring task force to curb the activities and the black marketers operating on Abuja roads and the filling stations in the FCT.

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“It is worrisome to see hoodlums taking over and advantage of petrol scarcity to sell day and night on the nation’s city, Abuja at a higher cost of up to 600 per litere, saying this is a grave embarrassment before the international communities.”

“This is a testimony of the main opposition PDP that there is no longer government in Nigeria, under the current APC led administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.”

He described the two ministers of the FCT as very weak and unfit for leadership positions, going by what is being witnessed in the FCT for consecutive two months.

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