Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has hailed President Muhammadu Buhari for the measures he has put in place to prevent a fuel crisis in the country as it can be evidenced from countries like United Kingdom that they are clearly going through a lot with fuel crisis.
Recall that there is an ongoing fuel crisis in the UK that has forced people to hoard petrol and form long queues to get some fuel at the fuel stattions due to the shortage of fuels across Britain.
According to MURC, Nigerians should show gratitude to President Muhammadu Buhari for the way he has handled the distribution of fuel in all parts of the country for six years of his administration.
Director of MURIC, Professor Ishaq Akintola in a statement applauded the Buhari administration for doing a good job in keeping Nigeria out of fuel shortages,
The statement read: “Rationing is also being considered by other petrol companies. There are fears that doctors, teachers and other workers may not be able to get to work
“In sharp contrast, MURIC recalls that the long queues which used to last hours and which forced many Nigerians to sleep at petrol stations for three or more days have not been experienced since President Muhammadu Buhari took over in May 2015. This is a verifiable and unassailable fact.
“Nigerians must give it to Buhari. It is necessary to appreciate this administration particularly with regards to the absence of fuel queues if we want to be sincere. Mass amnesia may be one of our worst weaknesses but the records speak loud and clear,”