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Condemnation for Buhari, APC as petrol sells for N145 per litre

Following the official removal of petrol subsidy by the Federal government yesterday, Wednesday, May 11, 2016, Nigerians have started buying petrol at N145.

Petrol stations across the country have adjusted their pump price to the new rates as the product remains scarce, with long queues seen at many petrol stations in the Lagos metropolis.

Meanwhile, compatriots have been having their say on the development with many wondering how they would cope with the multiplier effects of the hike in petrol price.

Majority of social media users are disappointed in the move, as is evident in the tweets below…


























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