Sen. Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for president, has voiced his concern over the present fuel shortage affecting almost all parts of the country, just four weeks before the Feb. 25 general elections.

In his speech to thousands of APC members on Wednesday in Abeokuta, Ogun, during his presidential campaign, Tinubu claimed that saboteurs were to blame for the fuel scarcity.

Nothing, according to the APC presidential candidate, will be permitted to ruin the next elections, and any attempt to do so will be stopped.

According to Tinubu, obtaining Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) is the only method to achieve a specified goal, hence electorate should make a major effort to do so.

He said:

“Even, if there is no fuel, Nigerians should not worry, nothing can stop the elections from holding. We are going to vote and we are going to win.

“Am your son in Ogun. We are going to take over power. This election is a revolution. We are going to reduce the price of fuel. Nigerians should go and relax their minds.

“This is a superior revolution, you know me, we are going to the poll to win.”

In addition, Tinubu pledged that his administration would ensure that students were given loans and that education would be given first priority.