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Fuel Subsidy: Tinubu is not our problem, we are the ones doing ourselves – BBNaija’s Tacha (Video)

Fuel Subsidy: Tinubu is not our problem, we are the ones doing ourselves – BBNaija’s Tacha (Video)

In a recent video, Tacha, a former BBNaija 2019 housemate, said that the new Nigerian president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, is not the country’s problem; rather, the country’s citizens are the problem.

Tacha spread the word about this by means of his checked Instagram page while responding to the moving news Fuel Appropriation getting out and about in the country after the swearing-in of Tinubu.

Due to the elimination of the fuel subsidy, there is now a shortage of fuel, which has led to numerous other problems like long lines at filling stations all over the country and increases in food prices.

The reality TV star claims that business owners in the fuel marketing industry purposefully hoard fuel and raised prices from N200 to N500 or more in response to the president’s announcement that he would end fuel subsidies to improve Nigerians’ lives.

She went on to say that Nigerians’ lives are being made difficult by business owners (also known as fuel marketers), that we don’t love ourselves, and that people are only looking for opportunities to steal from others.

Tacha while talking added that until we Nigerians change our direction, the nation won’t push ahead.

She reasoned that regardless of whether Jesus chose to come and lead us, Nigerians will in any case make things challenging for him.

Tacha went with the video with the subtitle; “Tinubu is NOT The problem.”

Check out the video here;

See reactions below;

miracle_lovejoy: Lol, why are you blaming the filling stations??? The next market price after the subsidy na you go pay for them??? Blame the person that caused tension with that subsidy, this country is now survival of the fittest and everyone is looking for opportunities.

moyoolalekan: Tacha you are wrong here that’s as a leader you should be mindful of your communication style when delivering an important speech to a Nation that’s at a fragile stage cos whatever you say becomes like a law. Yes we could say this was a misrepresentation of information but that was what the masses understood by “Fuel Subsidy Gone!“

bonnevielagos: I just hate this “na we Dey do ourselves” narrative sha. If we have a govt that enforce every fvcking law to the least and not just carry the ones wey concern them and their families for head people will not have the guts to do rubbish. Impunity is a result of government who don’t give a fuck about laws and the people except when the thing touch them, their families or their businesses. And that’s why everybody do anyhow and get away with it because Dey know nobody will do jack to them. No be we Dey do ourselves, na government wey no send us.

_officialjay22: Why the man talk am??????? As a leader, e no suppose know say eim citizens get how dem dey reason????

walt_consult: It’s still failure of government my dear. If you create same opportunity in US, UK, etc same thing will happen if the government is as irresponsible as what we have here. People should stop making excuses for Govt please.

psalme_asi: What happen to law enforcement? My dear don’t blame people for government responsibility, let the government set up an agency to inspect those hoarding fuel, we won’t do that for them, Abi road safety to catch car without particulars? Nepa no cut light of those wey no pay bill, then let the government set up an agency to lock up filling station hoarding fuel, that’s not the job of a common Nigeria with 1 million responsibilities already, stop blaming Nigerians, the government is quick to set up enforcement agency when it make them revenue, let them do the same.

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