Moment lady asked filling station attendant where APC supporters can buy cheap petrol (Video)
A Nigerian lady has shared a video of her interaction with a filling station attendant to make a point that nobody gets special favours for being from a particular tribe or for voting a political party.
She visited the fuel station to ask for the price of petrol and the attendant informed her that it was N240 per litre, but she specifically asked for a queue where Yoruba people can buy from.
In the video posted on Twitter by @FluffyFaith, the worker told her that she was at the place meant for everyone.
She, however, stated that she wanted to know the place that people who voted for the All Progressives Congress, (APC) can buy the fuel at a price cheaper than N240 per litre.
Faith had written: “Let me just tell you, nobody will ask for your tribe, who you voted for or your stance on the just concluded election when we start facing the repercussion of our decision. Ututuoma o”
During the exchange, the fuel attendant continued to explain that the petrol being sold is of quality standard and she was at the right place.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, the African Action Congress, AAC, candidate in the just concluded presidential election, Omoyele Sowore, earlier said any Nigerian who will vote for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to retain power “loves suffering.”
He made the statement on Wednesday, January 11 while fielding questions on ‘The Roundtable’ organised by The Punch.
Speaking on how he would feel if the APC candidate, Bola Tinubu wins the presidential election, Sowore said it is either rigging would have occurred or the people who would vote for the party aren’t tired of suffering.
The activist further wondered why Nigerians seem to love supporting their “abusers.”
He said; “I’ll be surprised but first we will need to analyse two things. First is if there was a credible election because the APC is used to winning elections that don’t happen. Very shady party, the same thing applied to the PDP when they were in power (at the centre).
“Secondly, if it is true they won the election, then we would need to examine Nigerians as a people, if there is something wrong with our ability to take punishment. Do we ever get tired of punishment? Do we ever get tired of being abused? Why will a people be seemingly convenient with hardship? It’s nothing new anyway, but I’m just reiterating it. I have asked myself this question many times.
“Sometimes, you read comments by pundits with ignorance and very holistical views about the state of the nation, you will question what is wrong with us. And some of them are people you happen to respect. Some would say with authority that the position of the government is the best. They did it when June 12 election was annulled; they did it when former President Olusegun Obasanjo wanted to run for third term, with some defending that Nigeria had never had a leader like him so he should run for third term.
“They also did it during (Gen Sani) Abacha’s time, five political parties came together and were swearing that he was the best thing that could ever happen to Nigeria; but the day he died, they sang a different tune. At the end of the day, we need conscious citizens to remain steadfast and regardless of who wins this election, we will all bear the consequences of our actions”.