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Queuing for Hours, Sleeping at Filling Stations…Watch how Nigerians have Struggled during this Fuel Scarcity

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The fuel scarcity this year (and this past week) has been so crazy but we keep holding on to the hope that a positive change will come soon.

In the past week Nigerians have lost lives and properties while hustling for fuel. Nigerians have also lost a lot of good and productive sleep while queuing for fuel all through the night. It is crazy.

Battabox and Pulse TV have both done short videos on how the fuel scarcity has been affecting Nigerians.

For Pulse TV, we get to hear Nigerians vent their anger about the scarcity.

For Battabox, we see how Nigerians queue for hours.

Watch below.


9 Comments

  1. latoya

    April 8, 2016 at 1:37 pm

    this is bad o…i feel for Nigerian people.This is beyond sad,i hope it gets resolved soon.

  2. nwa nna

    April 8, 2016 at 5:27 pm

    The average Nigerians are suffering, no fuel, no light, inflation! Shit is rough!

  3. Layo

    April 8, 2016 at 7:52 pm

    My heart truly bleeds for Nigeria, how can a person be on a queue for petrol for 12 hours in a country that produces oil. I heard someone say a satchet of pure water is now 15 naira?? Last i remember it was 5 naira, that’s triple the price!! How does the average Nigerian even afford 15 naira for 1 satchet of pure water? People now have to carry their generators to petrol stations??
    Oh God hear the cries of your people.

  4. TEE

    April 8, 2016 at 8:31 pm

    THESE WACKY PRESENTERS SEF! BATTABOX PLS USE GIRLS WITH BETTER DICTION AND ACCENT WHO CAN PRONOUNCE WORDS WELL…. THESE GIRLS SOUND TOO “YORUBA-TIC.”

    • The Reader

      April 8, 2016 at 10:03 pm

      What the hell is wrong with you?? The people sound like the average Nigerian and thus relatable, you can even see how easy it is for her to engage people in a conversation. I was just saying to myself how is much better than a pretentious accent till i saw your comment. Maybe in your world everybody speaks with a perfect english accent but we like reality better. Go learn some manners

    • Temz O

      April 9, 2016 at 4:29 pm

      you are very stupid for this comment. oponu aye rada

    • Bezze

      April 9, 2016 at 10:39 pm

      In all of this, you are bothered by the ‘diction’?! I don’t know whether to laugh or cry for you. I assume you are watching this on your iPhone, with AC pumping, while your daddy’s driver and security guard are waiting to offload the barrel of fuel that will be delivered from the office later tonight. It’s you the Yoruba speaking man was talking to.

      God help Nigeria.

    • Bezze

      April 9, 2016 at 10:43 pm

      And since you speak English perfectly, could you kindly translate that to your written English as well. Kindly define ‘SEF’ and ‘PLS’ . I have no idea why I am so mad at you but I really hope you are a little 14 year old who has had very little life experience. That way, there is hope that you would outgrow your small-mindedness.

    • nelson

      June 15, 2016 at 10:34 am

      woah

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