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Oil Price Down, Naira Slumping, How Will Nigeria Now Clean Up The Oil Spills? by madamoringo(f): 4:37pm On Dec 05, 2014
For years, when Nigeria was selling oil at record prices of over $ 100 per barrel, translating to over $ 30 in excess revenue, Nigerian leaders, Nigerians and the specific Nigerians in the Delta areas or SS with massive oil spills the UNEP report recommended an initial $ 1 B for clean-up of the environment did NOTHING! No, they did something actually: LOOT as much money as they could find, bunker as much oil, up to $ 2 B per month, the current clueless president did absolutely nothing but hire unemployed and poor Nigerians as his TANoid agents. Today, oil is at $ 60 per barrel, where will Nigeria now have money to clean up the oil spills?

If you have answers to this question, share because I doubt this government will do a damn thing about it! If the Delta or SS likes, let oil cover even the residential houses, they are only interested in selling oil even for $ 50 / barrel and looting the entire money! Meanwhile the people most affected, the SS, the Jonathanians are deceiving themselves! Who will suffer environmental degradation, sicknesses and illnesses because of being marooned in a shitty corner of Nigeria where even the air you breath is toxic to the human system?

Oh I see - like your son, you don't give a damn! Hahahhaa....

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Re: Oil Price Down, Naira Slumping, How Will Nigeria Now Clean Up The Oil Spills? by Nobody: 5:35pm On Dec 05, 2014
If Jonathan who is from the ND cannot clean up the oil spill devastating his region as a Nigerian president,I wonder who would do it!

So sad!

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Re: Oil Price Down, Naira Slumping, How Will Nigeria Now Clean Up The Oil Spills? by Sirniyeh(m): 6:14pm On Dec 05, 2014
berem:
If Jonathan who is from the ND cannot clean up the oil spill devastating his region as a Nigerian president,I wonder who would do it!

So sad!

Gbam! It shows Jona is a bast.ard to ND
Re: Oil Price Down, Naira Slumping, How Will Nigeria Now Clean Up The Oil Spills? by atlwireles: 6:18pm On Dec 05, 2014
Some of you are just too slow.

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Re: Oil Price Down, Naira Slumping, How Will Nigeria Now Clean Up The Oil Spills? by Mogidi: 6:44pm On Dec 05, 2014
If GEJ was to spend a large chunk of our money cleaning up the delta, the Nigerian economy would come to a standstill, he would be accused of only caring about his people. The issue would be so politicised by APC you'd think GEJ was only president to the Niger deltan people.
I'd personally support the Deltans if they stop the federal govt from milking them until the environmental issues are dealt with.

Don't expect the Bukohari leader to do anything though, if he can't help his almajiri brothers how could he help others?

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