Nigerians lament situation on social media

The last major scarcity which occurred in May during the Goodluck Jonathan regime practically shut the country down.

A woman waits in a queue in Lagos, a dejected look on her face as she mulls over the fuel crises.

Major cities in Nigeria are currently experiencing a scarcity of fuel, a very common occurrence in the country.

The last major scarcity which occurred in May during the Goodluck Jonathan regime practically shut the country down.

Nigerians have taken to social media to criticize President Muhammadu Buhari and his government for failing to address the scarcity.

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