The reactions have followed in the wake of the ongoing fuel crisis across the country as Nigerians struggle to obtain fuel at exorbitant prices.

With no end in sight to the crisis, the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) House candidate in Abeokuta South, Ogun State, Toyin Amuzu, expressed concern about the fate of Nigerians under the watchful eye of the current government.

DAILY POST had previously reported that residents of Ogun State are currently battling fuel shortages, even as some filling stations sell the product at around N350 per litre.

There are long lines at the few filling stations where gasoline is sold within the Abeokuta metropolis, while many stations are under lockdown.

In reaction on Saturday, Amuzu warned Nigerians that another vote for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) would spell doom for all and sundry.

Amuzu advised Nigerians to end the APC “to save the country and avoid another round of suffering, insecurity, greed, incompetence and bad economy.”

Amuzu, who was speaking during his tour of the polling units in the local government of Abeokuta South, denounced the increase and scarcity of the price of fuel, including its effects on the masses.

“No mean words, the ruling party is very incompetent and very confused about how to run the nation. This is why they have not been able to provide solutions to our challenges. They are overwhelmed and have no solution, but they want to retain power by force,” he said.

He said the nation’s insecurity is worsening, the economy is falling, poverty is on the rise and food is now a major problem.

The candidate maintained that the statement credited to APC’s Bola Tinubu that the Federal Government was sabotaging his chances had given credence to the confusion at APC.

He expressed surprise that the ruling government seems unconcerned about the plight of Nigerians, saying “staying in power at the expense of the people is their top priority.”

“If those in government are honorable enough and love this nation, they would have given up to allow others to reshape Nigeria. But if they don’t resign, we need to make sure we vote them off if we don’t want to continue this hardship. Another four years of government in their hands will cause us more pain and agonies.”

“Either our people are struggling to get fuel, or they are struggling to get new naira notes. Worse still, getting a permanent voter card is another problem, but we shouldn’t be discouraged. We must be determined to expel them.”