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WATCH: Frustrated man wants Buhari, Nigerians dead

08 April 2016, 07:40

Abuja - An unnamed Ondo State resident has expressed his frustration over the lingering fuel crisis, condemning Government leaders and Nigerian citizens alike.

According to a Naij report, the man, who was captured on film, spoke in his native Yoruba language, claiming that the only plausible solution to the problem would be if everyone in the country were to die on the same day.

While sitting on his car at a filling station, the man, who claimed he had not been able to procure fuel for three days prior, ranted and did not mince his words.

“The only thing I am after right now is for Nigerians to die together, everybody at a time.

“We don’t have leaders, all of them are good for nothing and unfortunate people. They are self centred and fight only for their pockets.

Also read: No end in sight projected for Nigeria's fuel woes

“Me, Buhari and every Nigerian just have to die the same day. Not just for us to die one after the other, I mean everybody should die suddenly and the world should come to an end.

“I have been at the NNPC filling station and I have slept for two days without getting fuel. At the end of the day, I came back to sit on my car as I have spent all that I have on food.

“Let everything just end and Nigeria should also end because with the way this country is going, there is no righteous person again,” he said.

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- News24


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