Buhari’s Incompetence Responsible For Fuel Scarcity–ASUU

By Ikenga Chronicles December 28, 2017

Buhari’s Incompetence Responsible For Fuel Scarcity–ASUU

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), on Wednesday, alluded that President Muhammadu Buhari’s incompetence is responsible for petroleum scarcity.

The Chairman of the Union, Deji Omole made this allusion while featuring as a guest of the month at the Oyo State Correspondents’ Chapel of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ).

The ASUU chairman further said that Nigerians appeared to have been defrauded by the government when the President said he would want to oversee the Ministry himself to get the desired change.

The ASUU boss who lashed out at the APC-led Federal government said nothing would change in the Education and health sectors since the President believes his children can school and graduate abroad while he can access quality healthcare in the UK.

While alleging that the Buhari government is not serious about fighting corruption, the ASUU chairman challenged the EFCC to make public the outcome of the petition the Union submitted to it on the corruption at the University of Ilorin.

According to Omole, nearly 75% of Nigeria-trained qualified doctors have left the country while those at home are planning to leave owing to the poor working conditions and bad welfare schemes.

“That we cannot refine oil for local consumption let alone for export is a shame. This is still happening because those leading us do not believe in Nigeria. It is unfortunate that those leading this country run abroad for health, education and even save stolen funds abroad. They only preside over a country they do not believe in. The Government of Buhari has continued to slide down the budget allocation to education. In Nigeria now, corruption is official because the government only makes noise rather than fight the scourge.”