Nigerians should take advantage of the ongoing fuel crisis in the United Kingdom to appreciate President Muhammadu Buhari, according to Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC).
Prof. Ishaq Akintola, director of MURIC, said Nigeria has experienced fewer fuel queues under Buhari.
During the past two weeks, Britain has been experiencing fuel shortages that have resulted in long queues at petrol stations. Up to two-thirds of Britain’s 8,000 fuel stations have run out of supplies.
In response, the government of Boris Johnson has offered temporary visas to 5,000 foreign fuel tanker drivers. The British army has been put on red alert to intervene. The entire nation is on edge.
“The development has caused a socio-economic crisis in Britain.”. People are starving, and there are street fights, especially at petrol stations. There are long lines for fuel. Additionally, the government is considering closing schools,” Akintola said.
Asked about the long queues that forced many Nigerians to sleep at petrol stations for three or more days in the past, Akintola said this hasn’t been the case since Buhari took office.
This is a verifiable and unquestionable fact. The Nigerian people must give it to Buhari. If we want to be sincere, we need to appreciate this administration, especially in terms of the lack of fuel queues.
Based on the above evidence, Buhari was the leader who solved the problem of fuel scarcity that plagued Nigeria for decades and that proved impossible under three Nigerian presidents.
“At the risk of being labeled as sycophants, we place the facts in front of honest Nigerians. Buhari will be remembered as the father of modern Nigeria by posterity.”