The group also said President Buhari and the Minister of State for Petroleum, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu have carved niches for themselves in Nigeria’s history and deserving laurels for daring to do the right thing.
A statement by the United Kingdom Coordinator of the group, Adeka Onyilo said “the inherited rot that left Nigerians suffering on fuel queues was becoming an international embarrassment until President Buhari took the bull by the horn.
“The cartel that acquires FOREX from government under the guise of importing petrol and only embarks on round tripping has been severed from the supply chain and should leave the government with some money to invest in other sectors that will touch the lives of citizens across board.” It added
They however called for the judicious and prudent management of the resources of Nigeria under the present government noting that this is important to the nation’s prosperity,”
The Nigerians in Diaspora further urged President Buhari and Dr Kachikwu to ensure that Nigerians who now have to pay realistic prices for petrol are not shortchanged by fraudulent marketers who tamper with their meter to under dispense the product.