“Before You Condemn Buhari And Praise Goodluck Jonathan Concerning Fuel Scarcity, See This”

One of the major problems wrong
with Nigerians is that we forget easily.
This is the reason why hardened
criminals and looters in the past can
easily come back and contest for public
office to the extent of winning. It is so
sad that some people, mostly youths who
are the leaders of tomorrow are going
about with the slogan
They say they want the last
administration presided by Good luck
Ebele Jonathan back in power cos they
can’t stand the current fuel scarcity
amidst other challenges that I believe
the Nation will breeze through in due
This brainwashed blind bats who love
to view things ethnically are quick to
forget that the fuel scarcity experienced
towards the end of the last
administration’s tenure was really
unbearable compared to what we are
currently facing now. Then, major
sectors were shutting down, from
telecommunications to the media, from
aviation to banking.
Nigerians were literally cut off from the
rest of the world during that period. A
period in which getting a bus to the
bank to withdraw money was difficult
cos buses had no fuel. When you
manage to get to the bank, you are told
you arrived late cos they close early due
to shortage of diesel. Was the power
sector any different?
Take a look at the pictures of fuel
scarcity events that took place in the
last administration below and tell me
that Nigerians didn’t make a good
choice in voting them out.
That of Buhari is not even close to what
we experienced during the Era of
Goodluck Jonathan. | See some top
companies complaining during GEJ’s





Temi Badmus
Temi Badmus
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