Award-winning Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, has lamented the resurfacing fuel scarcity due to the announcement of the removal of subsidy by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
The singer, who recently returned to the country from Brazil, where she went on holiday, said she came back home to fuel scarcity and an epileptic power supply.
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She also bemoaned the damage to one of her car tyres due to a bad road.
The ‘Koroba’ crooner said she is considering going back to Brazil because of the hardship in Nigeria.
Taking to her Instastory, she wrote, “Literally less than an hour back in Naija and one of my car tyres gone. Other car now in the queue for fuel.
Issue with electricity in my house.
“I’m logging off and going back to where I came from because…”