The Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose, on Sunday opened the state government house fuel storage asking that its content be sold to residents of the state.

This was his own way of showing concern about the plight of the people and also identifying with the masses.

"In view of the hardship being faced by the people owing to the scarcity of fuel, I have directed that the 80% of the PMS in the 60,000 litres capacity storage facility in the Government House be taken to a service station in Ado Ekiti, and the location will be made known soon.

“It will be sold to the public at N145/litre,” he said.

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Governor Fayose who could not hide his dismay at the current fuel crisis in the country berated the Buhari-led administration's handling of the crisis.

He challenged the president to come out clean to Nigerians on what is really the problem.

The Ekiti state governor, Ayodele Fayose has since inception of the Muhammadu Buhari administration in 2015 maintained the consistent record of being the person who has launched most virulent criticisms against the government at the federal level.


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