From Femi Oyelola Kaduna
The Bishop of Kaduna Diocese Anglican Communion Bishop Timothy Yahaya has said the current fuel scarcity lingering in the country is an act of economic sabotage by some few individuals in order to discredit the present administration and put Nigerians into unnecessary hardship.
He stated this while speaking to newsmen after the Christmas Christmas he delivered in Kaduna yesterday.
Bishop Timothy added that since those behind the fuel scarcity did not mean well for the country, the government should take stiff action to curtail them.
He suggest that there should be 24hours selling of fuel in all filling stations across the country because he said it is when the filling station closed selling to the public that they now turn to the black marketers and sell every fuel in the station to them.