Man stages lone protest in Ibadan against increase in fuel price, electricity tariff
A yet-to-be identified Nigerian man on Thursday, August 3 reportedly staged a lone protest against the recent increase in fuel price and electricity tariffs in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State.
This is coming barely 48 hours after electricity tariff was increased by about 300 per cent, oil marketers on Wednesday August 2, fixed the pump price for Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), popularly called petrol at N152 a litre.
According to report, the yet-to-be identified man was spotted opposite the University of Ibadan carrying a placard that read “I can’t take this anymore, increased petrol price and Electricity tariff”
A Twitter user, Boogyman (@Tobbsticks) , who witnessed the one-man protest wrote on Twitter:
“Saw this one-man Protest opposite the University of Ibadan. ” I can’t take this anymore, increased petrol price and Electricity tariff”.
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