The majority of Nigerians are resigned to spending the Easter holidays in darkness and the pain of looking for fuel to buy. Reports from across the country yesterday showed no improvement in the supply of power and fuel on Good Friday,the first day of the Easter public holidays.
Many motorists spent much of the day moving from one filling station to the other in search of petrol.The price was outrageous where fuel was available. It ranged between N130 and N200 per litre. Some families were forced to call off their plans to travel for the festivities.