SERAP says it is unconstitutional, illegal and discriminatory for politicians to buy new cars while allowing poor Nigerians to pay high prices for electricity.
Nigerians have been warned by the Trade Union Congress (TUC) and the NLC that starting from Monday, September 28, a nationwide strike and protest will begin.
The Nigerian Association of Road Transport Owners (NARTO) on September 21, announced it will embark on a warning strike starting from Tuesday, September 22.
Petroleum Tanker Drivers ordered their members to immediately stop movement of petroleum products from Lagos to northern part of Nigeria till further notice.
Following the increase in fuel, the federal government on Monday, September 14, said it will begin to convert cars and generators so that they can run on gas.
The claim by Garba Shehu that PDP-led government sold fuel N600 per litre is misleading. There has been no time when fuel was officially sold at that price.