Activistgroup,OurMumuDonDo Movement, has announced its plans to organize a mass action on Wednesday against what it described as the longest-ever fuel scarcity to afflict the country.
The announcement was made in a statement signed by the group and its affiliates.
According to the statement, the mass action will hold at 11 am at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Towers in Abuja.
The group noted that for over three months, Nigerians have endured an agonizing shortage of crisis, which has caused a spike in the prices of commodities, hike in the cost of transportation and wastage of man-hours spent at queuing daily at petrol stations.
It equally noted that despite the inability of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration to fulfil its promises, Nigerians have kept faith with the government in the hope that a solution would be found.
It accused the government of using propaganda to explain the crisis away, while Nigerians are buying at extortionate prices in different states.
The group called on all Nigerians affected by the current fuel scarcity to join the action against scarcity.