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Illegal sale of petroleum products: The Story continues…

I ask myself “how will Nigeria become the Nigeria of our dreams” when it is obvious that we all in collaboration to make it permanently a dream- vision2020+x. I watched on Channels Television today how the security outfits clamped down on illegal PMS sale in Plateau State Capital, and I was surprised to see that some wicked Nigerians have this product stored in large and enormous containers, locked away in shops to be sold for exorbitant prices to the populace. They have gotten this product at the fixed rate and are now selling to their fellow Nigerians for higher price.
These enormous containers were obviously not moved to the petrol station for purchase at day time. This is indeed a conspiracy between the illegal dealers and the legal dealers (the Fuel stations). It has always been my opinion, that the fuel stations habit of running out of products at the same time nationwide is premeditated and calculated by wicked Nigerians. People expect so much from the Government, but they seem to forget that it is Nigerians like them who fills the positions in the Government. If you are a dishonest person, why expect a duty to be honest from the other person? Nemo dat quod non habet!
What we need is a national rebirth in Nigeria. Only few people can throw the stone on M. Buhari if God gives the chance. Complete honesty is dead, love for neighbor is non existence, and the rule is everyone for himself. “If to say na just be me”…says TuFace, “no one will hear my story”, if all that matters are individuals, then the Nigerian dream is just the dream of a jobless lazy man singing Adekunle Gold’s “Pickup”, because he ain’t even dialing.

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