Magician Kachikwu promises fuel scarcity will end by April 7

Either the heavy backlash Minister of State for Petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu received from the public for declaring that he cannot perform magic to end the fuel scarcity in the country or his appearance before the Senate committee on Petroleum (Downstream), has suddenly turned him into a magician.

Regardless of which it is, Nigerians would be grateful to see an end to the biting and arduously long queues for fuel on Monday, April 7 as promised by Kachikwu during his appearance before the Senate Committee on Tuesday.

In the past week, Kachikwu had declared that Nigerians should not expect the scarcity to abate until May but has now dramatically made a U-turn to inform Nigerians to expect a solution in about a week.

The Minister said at the hearing: “By 6th or 7th April, the long queues in filing stations would disappear.”

He also apologised to Nigerians for his statement which suggested that the scarcity would last till May.

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