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Impact Of Removal Of Oil Subsidy In Our Economy by ijigaparadox(m): 4:08am On Jan 01
It is exactly two years that the Federal Govt. Of Nigeria removed oil subsidy from petrol. What is the impact of this removal on our economy?
Opinions please.
Re: Impact Of Removal Of Oil Subsidy In Our Economy by billtommy(m): 4:52am On Jan 01
No difference, the rich keep getting richer and poor getting poorer.......compliments

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Re: Impact Of Removal Of Oil Subsidy In Our Economy by slimthugchimee(m): 8:48am On Jan 01
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Re: Impact Of Removal Of Oil Subsidy In Our Economy by ba7man(m): 8:57am On Jan 01
Fuel and Transportation is now more expensive...................and the FG now get to share N10,000 to people every month.

..........A few projects have also being initiated but it doesn't justify the action of the Subsidy Removal.

To supporters of its Removal................"Was this the grand vision for the subsidy removal"
Re: Impact Of Removal Of Oil Subsidy In Our Economy by gratiaeo: 9:44am On Jan 01
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Re: Impact Of Removal Of Oil Subsidy In Our Economy by Alexgeneration(m): 10:49am On Jan 01
No difference, just that more funds were made available for looting

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