I waited patiently for my turn though, but before I knew it they sealed the service station and told us to go home that "school was over". The heat wey catch me that night pass furnace heat ooo. Since that day, I now carry my fuel galon with me anywhere in Lagos in search of fuel. Even if it's a 10 minutes walk, I'll carry my galon, infact I'm kinda married to it oo. I need fuel now more than food (abeg I dey chop oo, I no wan faint).
Imagine how we cry for fuel, all thanks to PHCN. Generator has now become the main source of electricity instead of Phcn, do you see the irony here? PHCN, all these things you are doing, God is watching you, Diaris God oo. But plss what's the main cause of this fuel scarcity? I read somewhere that there are rumours of fuel prize reduction to #65 per litre so the fuel stations don't want to run at a loss, that's why they don't want to re-stock. I don't know how authentic the story is though, abeg who dey suffer here with me?
Let's chat biko. Abeg make una no vex say today's post dey come late. So many things is the causer of it. Thanks dearies.