Nigeria’s Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) community has expressed concern about the marginalization of its members by the Federal Government in discussions about post-subsidy palliatives. PWDs are worried that these measures might not reach them effectively due to challenges in accessing them. They have called for the inclusion of Organizations of Persons with Disabilities (OPDs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in negotiations regarding the effects of fuel subsidy removal and the management of savings from the policy. The cost of living has increased for PWDs due to the removal of fuel subsidy, putting additional financial strain on them. The PWDs are advocating for accessible transportation options, social protection interventions, and tax adjustments to support their community. They emphasize the importance of inclusive policies to address the challenges faced by persons with disabilities.