Wicked people, why say fuel scarcity when APC says none- Reno Omokri

‪Ah, but Nigerians are wicked! So there was actually no fuel scarcity and people were just pretending to queue up for miles at fuel stations across the country to buy fuel at ₦180 per liter?

Wicked people, why say fuel scarcity when APC says none- Reno Omokri-Surge.ng
Reno Omokri/ Photo credit: Premiumtimes

The All Progressive Congress APC on the early hours of yesterday, 12/22/17 8:24am through its official twitted handle twitted the following:

‘’Corrected: there is no actual scarcity. Some stakeholders hoarding allocated products in order to cause artificial scarcity/panic buying, for their selfish interest. However, it’s unacceptable, even as relevant authorities are on the matter. Any inconvenience is regretted. ‘’

The comment from the ruling party APC attracted lots of comment from Nigerians on social media including that of Reno Omokri, the controversial lawyer and author.

ALSO READ: Politics: What President Buhari’s aide described Atiku for dumping APC

Reno Omokri screenshot and pasted the post from APC official twitter handle on his Instagram page. He made a sardonic post of the updates from APC, saying that Nigerian are wicked to have been pretending to queue up at fueling stations across the country to buy fuel at ₦180 per liter. Furthermore he ironically said why are people like this? Thank God for a party like APC that can expose this conspiracy.

This is exactly how Reno Omokri reacted to the update from the All Progressive Congress APC tweet:

‪’’Ah, but Nigerians are wicked! So there was actually no fuel scarcity and people were just pretending to queue up for miles at fuel stations across the country to buy fuel at ₦180 per liter? Why are people like this? Thank God for a party like APC that can expose this conspiracy’’

STAY CONNECTED: Read this news o Surge.ng mobile app

Reno Omokri is indirectly telling the ruling party that it is incredible to say there is no fuel scarcity, yet Nigerian are queuing up at fuel stations across the country and also buying fuel at ₦180 to ₦200 or more.

Surge It

2 COMMENTS

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.