Monday, March 28, 2016

The Slammed and Slammers over Prolonged Fuel Scarcity in Nigeria.

I must say that Nigerians have very good sense of humour or should I say her government? I may be quite young but I believe we don't need the elders to tell us when a man intends to kill a bird perched on a tree, he will aim at the bird, not the tree branch at which the bird is perched? Well, I need to ask and I hope I will get an answer soon.

Honestly, I don’t know if one should or shouldn’t laugh at the fuel scarcity which has prolonged over weeks and yet no solution is around the corner according to the slammed and slammers. 
Okay, top members of the ruling party are presently blasting Minister of  state and petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu over the scarcity especially for the misinterpretation or misrepresentation of his Thursday press conference when he said it will probably take another two months to resolve the issue and Nigerians shouldn't expect magic. Of course, they are been applauded for spending hours writing and editing long epistle to criticise instead of finding solutions to the present predicament. Afterall, they are part of the government.
The slammers also comprises of Nigerians that have finally decided to speak up. Now, the minister is to take the punches. What about those giving him orders? The ones that have also joined in calling him names and asking for his resignation? Well, some people were sensible enough to ask on social media.
This scarcity is the worse Nigerians have experienced in a long time if not ever and until we start aiming at the bird with our grievances, many will still be setting karats at the filling station in the next.........., please fill in the gap. Thank you.

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