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Speaking on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed empathized with Nigerians over the pains they have gone through in the past one month over the fuel scarcity.
He said that the government is aware of the hardship, and that the government is working round the clock to ensure the realization of the change that Nigerians voted for. Buhari also reassured Nigerians that the change they voted for is real, via Lai Mohammed two days earlier, on Friday April 8 2016 at the Vanguard Awards – click here if you missed it.
I have said it on many fora that the government is keenly aware of the hardship and difficulties Nigerians have gone through in the last couple of weeks and we do empathize with them.
Not only do we empathize with them but we appreciate their perseverance and we have also been working round the clock to ensure that we are able to bring the situation back to normal.
As from tomorrow we are going to deploy 1,300 trucks of all over Nigeria to ensure that the fuel situation gets much better.
We empathize with Nigerians, we salute their courage and perseverance and I want to assure them that the change they voted for is real, that change will come and that all the challenges we are facing today are very temporary.
The Minister also said that the Warri Refinery has been working and has 19 million litres of the product, helping to put the quantity of product in the reserve to 430 million litres.