Ladi Adebutu, the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) candidate for governor of Ogun State, has advised Nigerians, particularly those living in Ogun, to persevere through the problems they are currently facing. He claims that the All Progressives Congress (APC), in power, only has six months left in office.
Adebutu’s remarks are being made in the middle of Nigerians’ struggles to obtain fuel in Ogun and other regions of the nation.

According to Alabareports, there are currently long lines at the few filling stations in Ogun due to the significant scarcity of petrol.

According to information obtained by our journalist, the filling stations that reopened are now charging between N200 and N300 for a litre.

Residents of border areas reported having to pay up to N500 for a litre of gas.

Transportation costs have increased as a result, driving up the price of food and other necessities.

Adebutu, however, predicted that the suffering would not end when speaking to reporters at the 2022 Akesan Day celebration in his hometown of Iperu.

He stated that he was confident that “the people will vote them out with their PVC” and that the APC would not be in power past May 29, 2023.

The former members of the House of Representatives insisted that the PDP would reorganize Ogun and Nigeria, guaranteeing plenty for everyone.

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