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Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Kenai: 8:57am On Jan 20, 2015
Did you know that under Buhari's administration, Nigeria signed a pact to export unrefined crude oil to other countries and then import the finished products afterwards?

This 1984 news article from The New York Times lays it bare!


[size=17pt]Brazil Wins Nigeria Pact[/size]
AP
Published: March 14, [size=15pt]1984[/size]

RIO DE JANEIRO, March 13—Brazil has won an international bidding contest to refine Nigerian oil this year, the state oil company, Petrobras, announced today.
[size=15pt]The $1.2 billion agreement calls for Brazil to import Nigerian crude and return refined gasoline, jet fuel and diesel oil to Nigeria[/size], a Petrobras spokesman said. He added that the accord would allow Brazil to reduce its idle refining capacity and earn a margin of profit.
Brazil imports about two-thirds of the one million barrels of oil it consumes daily, mostly from the Middle East. It buys 10,000 barrels daily from Nigeria.

http://www.nytimes.com/1984/03/14/business/brazil-wins-nigeria-pact.html

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Redoil: 9:17am On Jan 20, 2015
Does the spot on a leopard changes by mere talking.
Egift barcanista berem obiagelli and gbawe ur attention is need here for you to stand lies on its legs and stand logic on its head. Come and defend buhari and his evil and wicked ways of doing things.
Come and tell us how gej paid new york times to bring false allegations against buhari.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by saintkash(m): 9:18am On Jan 20, 2015
tnk God for ur research. ...
1.do u know that burahi regime was less than 2 years?
2.do u know that during Buhari's regime we had no refineries so d only way to get refined products is to export crude n import refined product.
3.do u know dat buhari birthed d refineries we have today but Ibb didn't allow him to see d completion of them?
4.do u know y he birthed doz refineries? simply because he doesn't want nigeria of today to still export crude b import refined products as it's doing today.
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DO U KNW WAT WE WANT NOW?
ALL WE WANT IS BUHARI.
GO BACK TO GOOGLE

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Kenai: 9:23am On Jan 20, 2015
saintkash:
2.do u know that during Buhari's regime we had no refineries so d only way to get refined products is to export crude n import refined product.
3.do u know dat buhari birthed d refineries we have today but Ibb didn't allow him to see d completion of them?
4.do u know y he birthed doz refineries? simply because he doesn't want nigeria of today to still export crude b import refined products as it's doing today.

Empty lies from the pit of hell, peddled by propagandists of mediocre intellect.

And setting the records straight on those refineries his propagandists are claiming he built:

London (NDR) – There is an adage that says “a lie repeated several times seems to be true.” This is exactly the case of Gen. Muhammadu Buhari as regards to the Nigerian refineries. Many Nigerians, maybe out of ignorance believe the lie that Buhari built our 4 refineries. This can be regarded as the ‘lie of the century.’ If you are one of those that believed this repeatedly told lies, this special and well investigated report by NewsDay Reporters will cure you of ignorance.

For the records, Nigeria has four refineries namely Port Harcourt, Alesa-Eleme (PH 1), Warri, Kaduna and PH 11 refineries.

In 1960, Shell and the then British Petroleum (BP) now African Petroleum (AP) came together in a mutual joint venture that gave birth to Nigerian Petroleum Refining Company (NPRC). This process led to the construction of the now popular Alesa-Eleme (PH 1) in the outskirts of Port Harcourt with a capacity of 38,000b/d. The construction started in 1963 and was completed in 1965 (in this period, where was Buhari? he just joined the army in 1962). As the demand for local consumption increased rapidly, the refinery’s capacity was raised to 60,000b/d after the FG acquired 60% equity in 1970 and the remaining 40% in 1978 through the 1977 decree 77.

The administration of Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo, in order to enhance the performances of the oil sector, promulgated Decree 77 of 1978 establishing the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). The NNPC initially had five bodies, each with a managing director. They were all supervised by a group general manager. The number of subsidiaries rose to nine and later 11.

Following the indigenization policy of the Federal Military Government under the Obasanjo’s regime, the name NPRC was changed to NNPC and its equity totally bought over by the Federal Government in 1978. Therefore, the NPRC constructed the first refinery in Nigeria generally known as Port Harcourt 1 in 1965 while the NNPC built the Port Harcourt 11, Warri and Kaduna refineries.

However, the Warri Refinery was awarded by Yakubu Gowon to Snamprogetti Spa Milan, Italy in 1975 (in this period, Buhari was the governor of North-eastern state) at the cost of $478 million and commenced operation in 1978 (now he was a Petroleum. Minister). It had the design capacity of 100,000 b/d.

The Kaduna Refinery was awarded by Murtala Mohammed in 1976 and was built by Chiyoda Engineering and Construction Company - a Japanese firm, at the cost of $525 million and was completed by Obasanjo in 1979 (Buhari's tenure as the Petroleum. Minister ended in 1978). It had two refining streams (50,000 b/d fuels units) and (50,000 b/d lubes, waxes Asphalt plants).

Port Harcourt 11 was awarded by Gen IBB in 1985 with an installed capacity of 150,000 b/d and completed in 1989. Meanwhile in 1985, IBB undertook an expansion of the capacities of the fuels units in both Warri and Kaduna refineries to 125,000b/d and 110,000b/d respectively. He therefore added 185,000b/d capacity to the total 445,000b/d as at 1989. No further addition has been added till date.

So, when did Buhari build the four refineries?

Lets I forget, Buhari has no legacy as a former Head of State despite ruling the country with an iron-fist.

http://newsdayreporters.com/what-s-hot/536-specialreport-muhammadu-buhari-did-not-build-any-refinery-for-nigeria-editorial-newsday-reporters.html

So abeg, tell us those refineries he birthed.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by mumumugu(m): 9:23am On Jan 20, 2015
Chai, bullhari

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 9:29am On Jan 20, 2015
KADUNA REFINERY
The lubricating oil complex of Kaduna Refinery is the first of its kind in West Africa and one of the largest in Africa. The consulting firm, KING WILKINSON of Hague, Holland, in conjunction with NNPC engineers, developed the plan for the refinery. The contract for construction was awarded to CHIYODA CHEMICAL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY OF YOKOHAMA, Japan in 1977.

http://www.nnpcgroup.com/nnpcbusiness/subsidiaries/krpc.aspx

Muhammadu Was the Petroleum Minister and NNPC Head in 1977

WARRI REFINERY

NPC's long term plans for the development of a petrochemicals industry, were formulated in 1977, and were structured in 3 phases. The 1st phase comprised of 3 plants: a linear alkyl benzene plant (LAB) in Kaduna, and the carbon black and polypropylene plants in Warri. The 35,000 MTA Polypropylene and 18,000 MTA Carbon Black Plants built in Ekpan, Warri were commissioned in 1988 http://www.wrpcnnpcng.com/about2.htm
Muhammadu Buhari was the Petroleun Minister in 1977


Both are from the official website of Both refineries. History can never be re-written. That Buhari undertook refinery construction as Petroleum Minister under Obasanjo Administration does not equate to not importing PMS product in 1984. I don't get your point but don't re-write history

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Kenai: 9:31am On Jan 20, 2015
Knowing that you Buhari apologists thrive on empty lies which you sell to your illiterate followers (who have no choice but to swallow the fables since they lack the intellectual capacity to scrutinize them), I'm not surprised at the rubbish you just typed here.

saintkash:
tnk God for ur research. ...
1.do u know that burahi regime was less than 2 month?

Another lie. Buhari's regime lasted from December 31st, 1983 to August 27th, 1985 - that's roughly 2 years.
And even prior to that, he was minister of petroleum. Get your facts straight.

2.do u know that during Buhari's regime we had no refineries so d only way to get refined products is to export crude n import refined product.
3.do u know dat buhari birthed d refineries we have today but Ibb didn't allow him to see d completion of them?
4.do u know y he birthed doz refineries? simply because he doesn't want nigeria of today to still export crude b import refined products as it's doing today.

DO U KNW WAT WE WANT NOW?
ALL WE WANT IS BUHARI.
GO BACK TO GOOGLE

Dumbo. Read my last post before this one. Our first refinery was in 1965, even before the Civil War.

Oh, and Buhari built NO refineries, I'm sorry to let you know.
That lie got busted a long time ago.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Huffington: 9:32am On Jan 20, 2015
Buharists niggers have been BUSTED!!!!

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Kenai: 9:32am On Jan 20, 2015
barcanista:
KADUNA REFINERY


http://www.nnpcgroup.com/nnpcbusiness/subsidiaries/krpc.aspx

Muhammadu Was the Petroleum Minister and NNPC Head in 1977

WARRI REFINERY


Muhammadu Buhari was the Petroleun Minister in 1977


Both are from the official website of Both refineries. History can never be re-written. That Buhari undertook refinery construction as Petroleum Minister under Obasanjo Administration does not equate to not importing PMS product in 1984. I don't get your point but don't re-write history

Boy, I'm embarrassed on your behalf. Just read the tripe you posted up there and tell me you don't feel embarrassed for yourself and your failed propaganda.

The Warri Refinery was awarded in 1975 (before Buhari was minister) and began operation in 1978 after it was constructed by the Italian Snamprogetti company (Buhari assumed office as minister the previous year), so why are you propagandists ascribing it to Buhari? Where did the 4 refineries come from?
The Kaduna refinery was awarded in 1976 by Murtala, and completed in 1979 during Obasanjo's tenure (Buhari left in 1978), so why ascribe it to Buhari?

Citing minor upgrades carried out in the pre-existing plants (as you just did above) only further exposed your deceitful nature.
A lubricating oil complex was added in Kaduna, and you shameless lapdogs go to the pages of your newspapers to scream that Buhari built 4 refineries?

You just exposed yourself some more, dude.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by baybeeboi: 9:42am On Jan 20, 2015
saintkash:

1.do u know that burahi regime was less than 2 month?
Buhari ruled Nigeria from 31 December 1983 – 27 August 1985
this doesnt make it two months...
please go back on ur research again

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Zellie: 9:47am On Jan 20, 2015
saintkash:
tnk God for ur research. ...
1.do u know that burahi regime was less than 2 month?
shocked shocked Less than two months! Ahh you can lie o shocked

[s]2.do u know that during Buhari's regime we had no refineries so d only way to get refined products is to export crude n import refined product.
3.do u know dat buhari birthed d refineries we have today but Ibb didn't allow him to see d completion of them?
4.do u know y he birthed doz refineries? simply because he doesn't want nigeria of today to still export crude b import refined products as it's doing today.[/s]
So Buhari made refineries (more than one) in less than two months grin grin

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by mkpakanaodogwu(m): 9:48am On Jan 20, 2015
Those guys can twist history.but oke adighi eri ihe onye mu anya

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by sCun: 9:48am On Jan 20, 2015
[url=seun.obinoscopy.ishilove.lalasticlala.therealmrstan]Moderators[/url] what are you waiting for?
Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Iykopee(m): 9:53am On Jan 20, 2015
Buhari has no legacy to bequeath Nigerians. His system of fighting corruption was corrupt in itself. In all, buhari is just over hyped waste of piece

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 9:58am On Jan 20, 2015
barcanista:
KADUNA REFINERY


http://www.nnpcgroup.com/nnpcbusiness/subsidiaries/krpc.aspx

Muhammadu Was the Petroleum Minister and NNPC Head in 1977

WARRI REFINERY


Muhammadu Buhari was the Petroleun Minister in 1977


Both are from the official website of Both refineries. History can never be re-written. That Buhari undertook refinery construction as Petroleum Minister under Obasanjo Administration does not equate to not importing PMS product in 1984. I don't get your point but don't re-write history

It isn't a must for you to comment on every thread. I have been following the debate here for a long time, when you are caught in a hole, don't dig more. The only refinery that was signed when Buhari was minister was on Kaduna refinery. Warri refinery was signed in 1975 with Snamprogetti Spa of Milan , Italy and finished in 1978.

Stop misleading the public.

At topic, One can excuse Buhari on that because it was a time of difficult need for "essential" commodities and since the imperial powers have refused to grant us loan, Buhari had to go into barter trade. You can only trade what you have for what you don't have.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 9:58am On Jan 20, 2015
Kenai:
Numerous times, Buhari's propagandists have tried to peddle the lie that Buhari built 4 refineries on the pages of Tinubu's Nation Newspapers and Aregbesola's OsunDefender; and I'm thankful to the patriotic and brilliant Nigerians who took it upon themselves to actually research and expose those stories as nothing but the lies they truly are.
But I found something even more puzzling and quite damaging.

Did you know that under Buhari's administration, Nigeria signed a pact to export unrefined crude oil to other countries and then import the finished products afterwards?

This 1984 news article from The New York Times lays it bare!



http://www.nytimes.com/1984/03/14/business/brazil-wins-nigeria-pact.html

Facts don't lie shocked

I'd like to ask Buhari's apologists what happened to those phantom refineries of his in 1984.
This is very true facts dont lie
saintkash:
tnk God for ur research. ...
1.do u know that burahi regime was less than 2 month?
2.do u know that during Buhari's regime we had no refineries so d only way to get refined products is to export crude n import refined product.
3.do u know dat buhari birthed d refineries we have today but Ibb didn't allow him to see d completion of them?
4.do u know y he birthed doz refineries? simply because he doesn't want nigeria of today to still export crude b import refined products as it's doing today.
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DO U KNW WAT WE WANT NOW?
ALL WE WANT IS BUHARI.
GO BACK TO GOOGLE

Dont just say go back to google give us a link.
And for the record you have the award for most unintellectual post of the day.
Ehnn lemme qucilkly add

So far:

* Buhari slashed inflation - BUSTED
* Buhari's daughter is married to an Igbo man - BUSTED
* Buhari built refineries - BUSTED
* Buhari was not corrupt - BUSTED
* Buhari actually imported our refined oil - REVEALED
* Buhari has a Master's Degree - BUSTED
* Buhari's driver is igbo- BUSTED
And even with the way things are going, the lid might soon be blown open to reveal that Buhari actually never had any O-Level certificate to begin with. If it turns out to be true, then it would mean he was never supposed to be a General in the first place.

Now, tell me how a man who thrives on so much lies would "foit kworrapshun"
Thanks to kenai'

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by OtunbaJega: 10:00am On Jan 20, 2015
Rubbish thread

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 10:00am On Jan 20, 2015
Mod front page please.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 10:00am On Jan 20, 2015
OtunbaJega:
Rubbish thread
Ur a liar.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 10:01am On Jan 20, 2015
Mykevp2p:


It isn't a must for you to comment on every thread. I have been following the debate here for a long time, when you are caught in a hole, don't dig more. The only refinery that was signed when Buhari was minister was on Kaduna refinery. Warri refinery was signed in 1975 with Snamprogetti Spa of Milan , Italy and finished in 1978.

Stop misleading the public.

At topic, One can excuse Buhari on that because it was a time of difficult need for "essential" commodities and since the imperial powers have refused to grant us loan, Buhari had to go into barter trade. You can only trade what you have for what you don't have.
You are senile if you think those were from me. You can take your argument to the management of both refineries...lubbish

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by jdilight(m): 10:01am On Jan 20, 2015
Kenai:
Numerous times, Buhari's propagandists have tried to peddle the lie that Buhari built 4 refineries on the pages of Tinubu's Nation Newspapers and Aregbesola's OsunDefender; and I'm thankful to the patriotic and brilliant Nigerians who took it upon themselves to actually research and expose those stories as nothing but the lies they truly are.
But I found something even more puzzling and quite damaging.

Did you know that under Buhari's administration, Nigeria signed a pact to export unrefined crude oil to other countries and then import the finished products afterwards?

This 1984 news article from The New York Times lays it bare!



http://www.nytimes.com/1984/03/14/business/brazil-wins-nigeria-pact.html

Facts don't lie shocked

I'd like to ask Buhari's apologists what happened to those phantom refineries of his in 1984.

Why did Buhari kill our economy and made our children jobless?

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by ichidodo: 10:03am On Jan 20, 2015
So what it means is that Buhari took food from Nigerians and their children's mouths and gave it to Brazil.....infact our food so nourished Brazil that they catapulted from third world country- in 30 years- to first world country.Everything bad we are currently undergoing as a Nation started under Buhari....corruption......destruction/cancellation of infrastructure and metro line.....Maistatsine/BokoHaram.....Fuel importation/Fuel scarcity......devaluation of Naira.....Now he wants to finish the rest Babangida didn't give him chance to destroy.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Kenai: 10:06am On Jan 20, 2015
Obinoscopy, Lalasticlala, Ishilove, what are you waiting for?

This vital piece of history must not be swept under the rug to hide the shocking incompetence of an illiterate, senile, geriatric desperado who banks on lies to fool his gullible flock.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 10:08am On Jan 20, 2015
Daft Buhari is not just an old great grand father without certificates, the Illiterate started the importation of refined oil.
grin lastcard, checkup.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 10:15am On Jan 20, 2015
barcanista:
You are senile if you think those were from me. You can take your argument to the management of both refineries...lubbish

You are so daft.. you went to a website, copy a section that suit you while leaving the important part. for the sake of people who don't understand.. here is the full statement on warri refinery website

Following the feasibility studies undertaken by BEICIP, an international oil and gas consulting and software solution provider firm from Paris , in 1974 for the Federal Government of Nigeria with the objectives to establish the demand and consumption patterns of petroleum products and also determine the size of a new refinery to be constructed, a tendering exercise involving international engineering contractors resulted in the award of a contract to Snamprogetti Spa of Milan , Italy , in 1975. The contract was for the design, procurement and construction of a new grassroots petroleum refinery in Warri. The design capacity of the refinery was 100,000 bpd and the project duration was 30 months

This project was completed and the Warri Refinery was commissioned in 1978.The Federal Government of Nigeria decided to expand the capacities of the fuels units in the existing refineries at Warri and Kaduna by de-bottlenecking. This project was completed in 1985 and the Warri Refinery was de-bottlenecked to a new capacity of 125,000 bpd.

NNPC's long term plans for the development of a petrochemicals industry, were formulated in 1977, and were structured in 3 phases. The 1st phase comprised of 3 plants: a linear alkyl benzene plant (LAB) in Kaduna, and the carbon black and polypropylene plants in Warri. The 35,000 MTA Polypropylene and 18,000 MTA Carbon Black Plants built in Ekpan, Warri were commissioned in 1988.The Warri Refinery and the Ekpan Petrochemical Plant were merged in 1988 to become the Warri Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited.

No, jog on

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by major466(m): 10:18am On Jan 20, 2015
This is interesting. Buhari is the worst thing to have happened to this beloved country. Not only only did he terminate a democratic government in 1983, he also terminated Nigeria's oil sector as well. This singular act of Buhari's government is the reason why we battle with oil subsidy today.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Kenai: 10:21am On Jan 20, 2015
Mykevp2p:


You are so daft.. you went to a website, copy a section that suit you while leaving the important part. for the sake of people who don't understand.. here is the full statement on warri refinery website



No, jog on

Pow!!! grin
Even better than my reply to the APC chihuahua.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 10:23am On Jan 20, 2015
jdilight:


Why did Buhari kill our economy and made our children jobless?
Can't you see the man is on a mission to destroy Nigeria.
A stark illiterate who knows nothing about The economy.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 10:23am On Jan 20, 2015
Tinubu thinks he has it covered. Get a desperate illiterate Ab0ki who he will help get to Aso rock by telling his mumu constituents to vote like Buhari's mumus up north.

The game plan according to Tinubu was that with a mumu ab0ki he can now expand his greedy empire beyond the SW that he has milked dry.

Olodo tinub thinks ab0kis are fools.

With my personal experience with northerners if you (from the south) assume them as fools(as the case usually is) ab0ki will play along and when he is comfortable tht you think him foolish he will strike.

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Kenai: 10:25am On Jan 20, 2015
ichidodo:
So what it means is that Buhari took food from Nigerians and their children's mouths and gave it to Brazil.....infact our food so nourished Brazil that they catapulted from third country- in 30 years- to first world country.Everything bad we are currently undergoing as a Nation started under Buhari....corruption......destruction/cancellation of infrastructure and metro line.....Maistatsine/BokoHaram.....Fuel importation/Fuel scarcity......devaluation of Naira.....Now he wants to finish the rest Babangida didn't give him chance to destroy.

Bullseye!

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by rozayx5(m): 10:25am On Jan 20, 2015
front page cool

mods u can do it wink

sai buhari 1983

barcanista already taken to the cleaners so nothing more to say cool

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Re: Nigeria Signed Pact To Import Refined Oil Under Buhari's Regime (NY Times 1984) by Nobody: 10:26am On Jan 20, 2015
Kenai:


Boy, I'm embarrassed on your behalf. Just read the tripe you posted up there and tell me you don't feel embarrassed for yourself and your failed propaganda.

The Kaduna Refinery was awarded in 1975 (before Buhari was minister) and began operation in 1978 after it was constructed by the Italian Snamprogetti company (Buhari assumed office as minister the previous year), so why are you propagandists ascribing it to Buhari? Where did the 4 refineries come from?
The Kaduna refinery was awarded in 1976 by Murtala, and completed in 1979 during Obasanjo's tenure (Buhari left in 1978), so why ascribe it to Buhari?

Citing minor upgrades carried out in the pre-existing plants (as you just did above) only further exposed you deceitful nature.
A lubricating oil complex was added in Kaduna, and you shameless lapdogs go to the pages of your newspapers to scream that Buhari built 4 refineries?

You just exposed yourself some more, dude.

Ignore that monkey shill Barcanista. He earns a living as an opinion crafting shill.

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