Just like a lot of groups have been protesting  and expressing disappointment over the kind of change that is obtainable in the country today, the Bishop of Sufficient Grace and Truth Ministry, Seun Adeoye has also made a one- man protest against the recent increase of fuel price from N86 to N145.

Just like a lot of groups have been protesting  and expressing disappointment over the kind of change that is obtainable in the country today, the Bishop of Sufficient Grace and Truth Ministry, Seun Adeoye has also made a one- man protest against the recent increase of fuel price from N86 to N145.

Just like a lot of groups have been protesting  and expressing disappointment over the kind of change that is obtainable in the country today, the Bishop of Sufficient Grace and Truth Ministry, Seun Adeoye has also made a one- man protest against the recent increase of fuel price from N86 to N145.

 The Bishop who was dressed in his full regalia portraying his office had a placard with the inscription “N145 per litre: This is not change but chain,”

He said that if the government refuses to reverse to the former price then he would be forced to trek from Osogbo, the Osun capital, to Abuja as a way of protest.

Adeoye also known to be the ex-Chairman of the Osun State Council of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ, started his protest at the Osun State Government House, Okefia around 10am and later marched to Olaiya junction to address reporters.

In his words “This is not the change they promised the people. At most it should be N95 per litre. This price is too much, many Nigerians are dying because they cannot feed and do other necessary things like buying drugs and all that. Things are very bad and this hike would worsen it.

“There is hike in electricity tariff; things are very expensive and the salaries have remained the same despite this. Churches are distributing food and other items to members every day. Nigerians have been turned to beggars.

“Most of those who are supporting the policy are doing so because they can afford to buy a litre of fuel even for N1000. But we have to think of the majority of the people whose standards of living are seriously affected.”

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