By Ogo Clarkson
Trace Reporters –Following the postponement of the continuous increment of fuel in Nigeria, Nigeria musical artist, Young- Nelson has expressed displeasure over the hardship faced daily by Nigerians in the country.
The Edo born song writer and actor said a reasonable government should first consider the plight of her citizen before any decision.
“A responsible government should consider the welfare of her citizen before any decision to be reach”.
” Nigeria politicians are too selfish, they cannot think of our to reduce their bumper and heavy pay to reduce cost especially now that the country is depending of debt to survive rather they are looking for means to make life unbearable with the increase fuel when they know electricity power supply and other necessary amenities are not working”.
“They know every thing depend on power supply from business to our daily comfort but it is not working”.
“Everyday, the gape between the reach and the poor is increasing”.
However, the organised labour and millions of Nigerians are ready stage a mega protest more than the End-Sars version before the fuel hike postponement by the federal government of Nigeria .
The Minister of Finance, Budget and Economic Planning, Hajia Zainab Ahmed, said in Abuja on Monday that the Federal Government had postponed the planned removal of subsidy on petroleum products till further notice.
Ahmed stated this at a meeting held at the National Assembly.
The meeting was convened at the instance of the President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan.
The Senate President, therefore, urged the organised labour unions in the country to shelve their proposed nationwide protests as it was no longer necessary.
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