“It’s The Best That I Can Do For My People – Ahmed Musa On Why He Sell Fuel At N580 Per Litre

Ahmed Musa On Fuel subsidy

Super eagle captain, Ahmed Musa, says he discounted the cost of petroleum at his fuel station MYCA7 in Kano to assist with mitigating the difficulty on Nigerians produced by the climb in the cost of the Oil Driver Spirit(PMS).

Review that the previous Leicester City’s forward made the declaration of the cost slice from N620 to N580 per liter on his Twitter account on Monday.

Two months after President Bola Tinubu pronounced a finish to fuel sponsorship, the siphon cost of PMS expanded two times, with the item selling for as high as N620 per liter or more in many pieces of the country.

The increment similarly set off a climb in the typical cost for most everyday items and transportation the nation over.

In any case, Musa, who play for Sivasspor, let The Punch know that his choice was pointed toward facilitating the weight on ordinary individuals.

Musa likewise desires to open more fuel stations the nation over before he resigns from football.

“It’s the best that I can do for my people here,” he said, emphasizing the difficult economic conditions many are facing.

“No matter how small the reduction is, we can live better with that. It’s tough now and I know people are struggling to survive daily,” he added.

The 30-year-old is Nigeria’s most covered footballer, having played 108 matches since his presentation at only 17 out of 2010.

“Hopefully, MYCA7 will be in other parts of the country pretty soon,” he said.

He has scored 16 objectives for the public side, assisting them with winning the 2013 Africa Cup of Countries, as well as showing up in two World Cups.

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