A cross section of Nigerians say the prevailing hardship in the country has made it fashionable for them to dump the convenience of using cars and opt for commuter buses. Investigations on Saturday in Abuja indicated that some Nigerians preferred to join commuter buses to cut down their expenses.
Many of the respondents said that the cost of fuelling and maintaining their vehicles had become expensive for them and preferred to make use of public transport.
A civil servant residing in Lugbe, Mr. Romanus Duniya, said that since the hike in the price of fuel from N97 to N145, he could hardly meet up with fuelling his car. Read more