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Group Commends Docility of Nigerians Despite Lingering Fuel Crisis, Calls It Patience, Endurance

By NAN/AtlanticPost

The docility of Nigerians in the face of lingering fuel scarcity in Abuja and other major Nigerian cities has received commendation from a little known group that goes by the name, Initiative for Leadership Development and Change (ILDC).

The group’s National Coordinator Ugochukwu Nnam, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Monday, commended Nigerians for what he described as their patience and endurance.

Nnam who saluted Nigerians for their endurance in spite of the trying times, urged them to continue to be law abiding, according to a report by NAN.

“I commend Nigerians for their endurance in spite of the fuel scarcity.

“They should continue to believe in Nigeria, as they queue for the fuel, it is important they be orderly and peaceful about it, no one should oppress the other,” he advised.

The ILDC Coordinator, however, urged Nigerian government to urgently address the situation for a respite to people.

According to him, government ought to do the needful in order to sustain the people’s confidence by making fuel available.

Nnam expressed hope that Nigeria would overcome the challenge with collaborative effort of relevant stakeholders.

He reiterated the commitment of his initiative in ensuring government that continues to be accountable where necessary for the delivery of good governance.

NAN reports that there has been lingering scarcity of Petroleum Motor Spirit (PMS) in the past weeks in Nigeria especially Abuja and other major cities.