Lawyer Sues President Buhari For Failing To Address Fuel Scarcity After Taking Oath

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A legal practitioner, Kabir Akingbolu has yesterday prayed a Federal High Court in Lagos to declare that President Muhammadu Buhari has breached his oath of office by allegedly failing to address the lingering fuel scarcity in the country.

Akingbolu urged the court to issue an order directing the President to urgently fix the nation’s refineries in order to meet the petroleum products demand of the entire Nigerian masses.

He claimed that the failure of the President to resolve the fuel scarcity in the nation since his assumption of office on May 29, 2015 was a violation of “the clear and unambiguous provisions of Section 130 (1) and (2) of the 1999 Constitution, as amended.”

In the affidavit filed in support of the suit, Akingbogun, who joined the Attorney General of the Federation as the second respondent in the suit, noted that though the official price for a litre of Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, was N87, most petrol stations, however, sell for about N110 and above under Buhari’s watch.

While arguing that the scarcity and the exorbitant price at which PMS was being sold had occasioned untold hardships on the citizenry, he said, “The price of PMS is now no longer at N87 per litre at most petrol stations but N110 and above in the country, creating untold hardship on the citizenry as well as the plaintiff who voted for the first defendant.

“I know as a fact that very few petrol stations still sell at N87 per litre and it is like going to a battlefield before the citizens can get petroleum products.

“I know as a fact that the refineries have deliberately been ignored and left unfixed by the past administrations in Nigeria for their selfish interest and the current President might follow suit if not properly cautioned, hence the commencement of this suit.

“If the refineries are fixed and are working in perfect condition, the situation of scarcity of petroleum products would come to an end, and the issue of spending huge amounts in the exportation of crude oil to be refined outside the country and subsequently imported back in, would come to an end,” the lawyer stated.


Ritabrenice at 4-08-2015 06:26PM (4 years ago)
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Hmmm
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owoeyef1 at 4-08-2015 06:41PM (4 years ago)
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he is a honeypot!
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owoeyef1 at 4-08-2015 06:44PM (4 years ago)
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He is an OBO
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dareper at 4-08-2015 06:45PM (4 years ago)
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Supported
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edpete at 4-08-2015 07:27PM (4 years ago)
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I support this stubborn lawyer jare, well done
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bohlah at 4-08-2015 07:57PM (4 years ago)
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We can understand....... U want to get publicity. It's a good idea but the wrong way.

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PoliticxGuru at 4-08-2015 08:23PM (4 years ago)
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that lawyer must b a mad man, where D hell was he wen GEJ killed the oil sector sharing the monies wit his compatroits
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beneno at 4-08-2015 08:36PM (4 years ago)
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oooooooh
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wisewisdom at 4-08-2015 09:02PM (4 years ago)
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Quote from: owoeyef1 on  4-08-2015 06:41PM
he is a honeypot!
how? pls explain to me, i want to get u right.
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wisewisdom at 4-08-2015 09:13PM (4 years ago)
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Quote from: PoliticxGuru on  4-08-2015 08:23PM
that lawyer must b a mad man, where D hell was he wen GEJ killed the oil sector sharing the monies wit his compatroits
you mean our country will not move forward again because of GEJ weakness. guy you better continue with ur W G or T than commenting nonsense here.
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crocatum at 4-08-2015 09:31PM (4 years ago)
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okay, so he senses that ,buhari will listen, hence the suit, because there is hope, this suit is positive, not because Buhari will reply that suit, since it is baseless, but it actually shows that Buhari can not only hear but respect, the urgency to do what is suppose to be done.
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Fashoney at 4-08-2015 10:05PM (4 years ago)
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Abeg iya vero,fufu still remain?
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sweetypweety at 5-08-2015 05:34AM (4 years ago)
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Who is dis  mad man again. Where was he when d refineries stopped working? Y didn't he sue d government then? Mstcheeeeew. Seeking cheap publicity
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DrSoba at 5-08-2015 05:52AM (4 years ago)
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Allow the man to rant and shout, he is only being tormented by an unknown evil spirit.
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Spatacuss at 5-08-2015 10:52AM (4 years ago)
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Was he in Comma in the past 6years? That Lawyer is full of SHIT and PISS
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echeeche at 5-08-2015 04:34PM (4 years ago)
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I laugh
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godnows at 5-08-2015 04:45PM (4 years ago)
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Really funny
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dis4real at 5-08-2015 05:17PM (4 years ago)
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Na waaaaaa ooooooooooo
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