Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Give orders to solve problems

The Nigerian Senate has told the bureaucracy to solve the problem of gasoline shortages. That should do the trick.

Senate gives NNPC 7 days ultimatum to end petrol scarcity queues in Nigeria
The Senate on Thursday urged the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to, within seven days, end lingering scarcity of petrol and clear queues in filling stations across the country.

In the report presented by its Chairman… the committee recommended that NNPC should be given seven days ultimatum to end long queues in fuel stations in the country.

The committee stressed the need for security agencies to ensure effective border patrol to check diversion of petroleum products to neighbouring countries.

It also recommended that the Department for Petroleum Resources (DPR) should double efforts to enforce compliance with government’s regulated pump price of petroleum products…

“We also engaged with the NNPC and other stakeholders and we were informed that there were challenges of supply coupled with massive smuggling of petroleum products to neighbouring countries for higher prices. “

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