I feel it has become a Norm for our great country Nigeria to go on no fuel break, leading to scarcity and long queue at every fueling station.
Well, I’ve a solution to this problem, especially for those of us living and schooling in Ile-Ife, where exploitation is also a Norm.
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You know in the ancient days when horses were used as a means of transportation, no one cared about fuel, because all they need is feed the horse and it hops from Nigeria to China.
So, this is time for us to go back to the ancient days.
Camel were one of the most used to carry people and loads, just that it walks slowly, I feel like it is a royal person, always walking calmly. Imagine packing from town to campus and you tie all your loads on the camel and all you need is give it food and water, just imagine, you won’t care about this fee hike right. This is another solution to our problems.
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This one is like the olden days Benz, as beautiful as it is, it only needs bullocks and wheels to move, just imagine, no long queue to do anything. Can we go back to this please?
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Donkey sef dey, all it needs is food and water as well and once it’s filled, there is no venue it cannot take you. From here to Kano, e still dey walk, nah only food stress.
Why can’t we go back to our bicycles, it needs chain, wheels and the pedals, the only stress is inflated tyre and as you know, we have a great skill in using our mouth, I don’t need to say what to use it for, we all know already.
As you read, you felt like beating me up arbi? Even I want to beat myself up, you thought there would be a solution to this problem, omooo, we’re in it together and together we stand! We go gather spend all our money on top transport-fare till we get money buy our own car.
I hope you had fun reading.
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