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Kerosene Is N50 Per Litre; PDP Steals N100 From Every Litre of Kerosene – Oshiomhole

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PDP Steals N100 From Every Litre of Kerosene – Oshiomhole

Edo State Governor, Oshiomhole, has on Thursday accused the PDP-led Federal Government of duping
Nigerians by selling kerosene N150 per litre instead
of N50.

Adams Oshiomhole, who said this while receiving defectors from the PDP to the APC in Benin, the Edo State capital, also said that Nigerians had been suffering since when PDP has assumed power 16
years ago.

This, he said, was because of the PDP’s dedication “to preserve the privileges of the few.”
Adams Oshiomhole said the Federal Government of Nigeria had been doing this by not allowing the people to enjoy the benefits of the natural resources bestowed on the country by Almighty God through shady subsidy deals on petroleum products.

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The Edo State governor said, “The man who has a shop must close by 6 pm. If he operates beyond 6pm, he must put on a generator, and buy petrol or diesel. For 16 years, the PDP can’t give us light. But if they leave us in peace even in the dark, it will be bad enough but for them, that is not bad enough.”

“From Otuoke to Benin City, to Lagos, to Ekpoma, to
Iyahmo, to Sokoto, kerosene is now between N150
and N160 per litre. For every N150 you spend in
buying a litre of kerosene, the PDP steals N100
because in the books of the NNPC, they have it on
records that kerosene is N50 per litre.”

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Adams Oshiomhole also commended the quality of those that defected to APC, who he described as knowledgeable. He said, “Today is not just the fact of the huge number in this hall but it is also about the quality of the brains that have now join us; and in a world that is knowledge-driven, it is only the party that can parade the best brains that can drive the sustainable change that Nigeria is currently battling with in order to bail our country from its present political quagmire.”

The Edo State governor also likened the ruling party to “an impotent man.”

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