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Tiwa Savage Laments Fuel Crisis, Says ‘I’m Going To Where I Came From’



Tiwa Savage, the popular Afrobeats singer and songwriter, recently expressed her frustration with the current fuel crisis in Nigeria.

In a post shared on her Instagram story on Wednesday, Tiwa shared her personal experience upon returning to the country after a trip to Brazil.

The artist highlighted three immediate issues she encountered within just one hour of arriving in Nigeria.

In her Instagram story, Tiwa Savage first mentioned that one of her car tires had gone flat shortly after her arrival.

This incident, though seemingly minor, can be a significant inconvenience for anyone, especially when navigating the busy streets of Nigeria’s cities.

The second issue Tiwa faced was the long queue for fuel.

Nigeria has been grappling with a fuel scarcity crisis for some time, with long queues forming at petrol stations across the country.

Tiwa’s mention of joining the queue highlights the common struggle faced by Nigerians who rely on fuel for their daily activities.

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The final problem Tiwa Savage mentioned in her post was an issue with electricity at her house.

Power outages and irregular electricity supply have long been challenges in Nigeria.

The singer’s comment indicates that she was already experiencing these issues shortly after her return, adding to the frustrations of daily life in the country.

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