After the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria announcement on the ex-depot price which was increased from N147.67 per litre to N155.17, the Nigerian Citizens has taken to their various social media handles to blast and express their concern on the APC and President Buhari's manifesto during the 2019 campaign of bringing change and taking Nigeria to the Next level.
The disappointed citizens welcomed others to the "next level hardship" on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
They stressed on the gradual increment on the petrol price, blasting Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), and party for bringing deliberate suffering on his followers through policies and among others.
According to the NNPC's memo, pump price of petrol would be sold at the range from N168 to N170 per litre.
The disappointed citizens disclosed the petrol price hike is the cause of inflation and an increase in food prices.
Some also urge the youths to get their permanent voters card ahead of upcoming 2023 election.
On Facebook, Etietop Edem wrote, “Welcome to next level hardship delivered as promised in his 2019 campaign.”
Anointing Atakijenyo in his comment said, “Before Buhari leaves office in 2023, we will buy fuel for N200 per litre in this country. Come 2023, everybody should go get their voter cards ready to dislodge the APC."
Princewill Chioma also commented, “More hardship for the masses. How do we survive this government?”
Activist Deji Adeyanju tweeted, “This is the Next Level. Actions have consequences.”
@Moralevitaes wrote, “Federal Government, thank you for making life miserable for Nigerians. It will be on record that the government of Muhammadu Buhari was the most insensitive to Nigerians.”
@Mr_pharmphresh stated, “When Buhari was questioning why petrol is more expensive in Saudi Arabia than in Nigeria, we thought he was joking.”
On Instagram, kokzy_4064 said, “APC is really bent on destroying this country. I wonder what we’ve done to the party.”
vaamp8685 commented, “They have come again. Let this not bring another uprising in Nigeria and APC will say it is PDP that is the cause.”