The All Employees Convergence (AWC) has blamed President Muhammadu Buhari for inflicting pains on Nigerians regardless of the devastation already attributable to the Coronavirus scourge.
The Nationwide Coordinator of the group Comrade Andrew Emelieze stated this whereas reacting to the increment of the worth of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS).
DAILY POST recollects that the Unbiased Petroleum Entrepreneurs Affiliation of Nigeria (IPMAN) on Wednesday directed its members within the South-West States to promote Petrol at N162 per litre.
However, Emelieze whereas talking with DAILY POST on Friday stated he was stunned that the federal government was allotting insurance policies that add to the present pains within the land.
Emelieze added that the response from the Nigerian authorities has continued to show that these in authorities aren’t able to study from their flaws and make amends.
He known as on Nigerians to organize for a mass protest in opposition to the distress they’re dealing with, insisting that it was time to hit the streets for a collective motion.
“COVID-19 international scourge has uncovered governance in Nigeria. Moreover the woeful response from the Nigerian State, the federal government has continued to show that they don’t seem to be able to study from their flaws and make amends.
“Slightly, our authorities is sinking in dangerous governance by additional inflicting untold hardship on her citizenry regardless of the devastation already attributable to the coronavirus on the populace. Nearly every day, our so-called authorities is allotting insurance policies that add to the present pains within the land. From VAT increments to hike in electrical energy tariff, deliberate devaluation of the naira and now a month-to-month improve within the value of petroleum merchandise.
“Other than the tough financial system and elevated price of dwelling, our individuals are not safe in Nigeria. Day by day mass killings and insecurity is now the order of the day. All these factors to the truth that this authorities is shedding legitimacy and that they don’t seem to be able to redeem their picture. All that’s being accomplished now by folks in energy is a mockery of governance and democracy.