Nigerians on Twitter have reacted to a statement by the Minister Of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed that the administration of Former President, Goodluck Jonathan should be blamed for ongoing fuel scarcity. Read what they are saying;
Lai Mohammed says GEJ is responsible for fuel scarcity. Thank God he did not blame it on Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa.
— Pius Adesanmi (@pius_adesanmi) December 21, 2015
7. It is SEVEN months since Buhari was inaugurated & Lai Mohammed is "blaming Jonathan for fuel scarcity" Mark my words, they have no plan.
— Onye Nkuzi (@cchukudebelu) December 21, 2015
At this rate, Lai Mohammed will soon say PDP deliberately lost the last elections as a ploy to make Nigerians hate APC 😃
— Paul C Nwabuikwu (@paul_nwabuikwu) December 22, 2015
Its obvious Lai Mohammed fancies being APC spokesperson than being information minister. He still can't draw a line between both positions!
— Chairman (@ebuka_akara) December 21, 2015
Honestly speaking Lai Mohammed should never be referred to as an Alhaji henceforth. Does Alhajis lie at will? FUEL SCARCITY
— WALEOLA (@EMIOLAWALEOLA) December 22, 2015
Lai Mohammed is an essential bad decision every failing Govt needs to self destruct. Please don't interrupt him. pic.twitter.com/YXE8VuQ465
— SEGA 唤醒 L'éveilleur (@segalink) December 21, 2015
In a sentence, Lai Mohammed is saying to Nigerians.. "continue to suffer but remember it's GEJ's fault" #LetsBlameGEJ
— iBelieve (@fransysok) December 22, 2015
from an economics perspective, I cannot rationalize the chaos from this govt. Lai Mohammed's interview y/day was excruciating to the soul
— Olufemi AWOYEMI (@OlufemiAwoyemi) December 22, 2015
— Uchenna 5% (@Demoore90210) December 21, 2015
#EraOfBlameGame: Lai Mohammed will soon blame late Dr Nnamdi Azikwe for the ongoing fuel scarcity.
— Kehinde Olufowobi (@kehindefowo) December 21, 2015
Do you ever, as a man, wake up with an involuntary erection? I blame Jonathan. I think this is what Lai Mohammed is trying to say. I agree.
— Elnathan John (@elnathan) December 21, 2015