Previous Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has suggested a conversation starter to the Federal government on the announced liberation of the oil part.

 

The Federal government pivoted the choice for the ongoing increment in fuel siphon costs to the liberation of the oil division and suspension of sponsorships on oil based goods.

In a tweet posted at the beginning of today, Atiku inquired as to why the cost of petroleum isn’t dropping since the administration has set out on liberation. As per him, fuel costs in US and Europe are far lower than they were in 2019.

”I am a finance manager. I take a gander at things from a financial point of view. Questions ask answers. The cost of unrefined is down from where it was in 2019. In the US and Europe, fuel costs are far lower than they were in 2019. In the event that we really liberated, shouldn’t fuel cost have dropped?” he tweeted

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