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How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by ochejoseph(m): 10:32pm On Nov 16, 2015
As Nigerians continue to bear the brunt of lack of Petrol (Premium motor spirit) we take a look at pictures that have come to define Buhari's tenure both as President and substantive Petroleum minister.

And x- ray some time defining tweets ..........

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by ochejoseph(m): 10:33pm On Nov 16, 2015
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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by 4reala(m): 10:42pm On Nov 16, 2015
Abeg o, where is our minister of petroleum o , well dis is wat we get when a president want to administer all d sectors of d economy alone by himself

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by IdisuleOurOwn(m): 10:44pm On Nov 16, 2015
Well, there might be scarcity of PMS in other places, but here (Ajaokuta Steel City) nothing like that. And it is sold at N97.

About the no light issue, I enjoy 24 hours power supply.

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by lolu007(m): 10:46pm On Nov 16, 2015
We have been through worse.. We will survive

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by afoo02(m): 10:47pm On Nov 16, 2015
Haters will always hate.....

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Nobody: 10:48pm On Nov 16, 2015
Nigeria don enter one chance bus. terrorist have taken over Nigeria. we Christians must do something quick and fast, before they will order us to recite their book in our primary and secondary school every morning. #wecryforparisians

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Nobody: 10:57pm On Nov 16, 2015
B00hari thought Nigerians are cattle. You know he has 150 cows since 2003

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Firefire(m): 1:21am On Nov 17, 2015
I shake my head for Booohary and his gangs of liars. undecided
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The suffering is REAL!
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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Truckpusher(m): 1:23am On Nov 17, 2015
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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by obailala(m): 1:29am On Nov 17, 2015
Another warm meal is set for the usual suspects. Even while Nigerians groan about the inconvenience of the current fuel scarcity, the wailers are presently at their most excited state presently; they are excited for at least having something genuine to wail about this time around.
#WhyEvils

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by morgang(m): 2:00am On Nov 17, 2015
googlepikin:
Nigeria don enter one chance bus. terrorist have taken over Nigeria. we Christians must do something quick and fast, before they will order us to recite their book in our primary and secondary every morning. #wecryforparisians

So u still smoke weed before u retired to bed right?

Get some sense, at least if u can't, borrow... Hence, smokers are liable to die young.. Stop being charged up with weed, it's bad for your health and mental being.


courtesy-

From an experienced weeder...

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by dannybomb(m): 4:50am On Nov 17, 2015
the leaders don't care at all about this country. which type of incompetent bunch of wailers do we have as leaders. the mass are suffering and they don't care. abeg this is getting frustrating

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Eboski(m): 4:59am On Nov 17, 2015
for the first time in nairaland I made a comment and I got close to over 81 likes, before I used to view topics and just read funny comments, but if you want to comment on a topic that concern the present govt some set of persons will brand you as wailing waiver or a PDP member or someone from South South which is very bad for public view.. I am begging those set of persons to let others air their view and opinions when things are not going well. Nigeria belongs to all of us.

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by shakaZuIlu: 5:02am On Nov 17, 2015
Instead of full cash you voted for a mere change now enjoy your change.

this is what you get when you vote an illiterate terrorist bastard general that has no economic plan rather than pighting kwarapshun when his ministers are kwarapshun themselves.

Buhari is a certified terrorist gworo chewing bastard burukutu sipping gorilla.
hopeless kunu drinking bastard with fura d'nunu infested brain.

die baba angry

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Eboski(m): 5:02am On Nov 17, 2015
obailala:
Another warm meal is set for the usual suspects. Even while Nigerians groan about the inconvenience of the current fuel scarcity, the wailers are presently at their most excited state presently; they are excited for at least having something genuine to wail about this time around.
#WhyEvils
So anybody that speak his/her mind is PDP member? How you telling me Nigerians can't react when things are not going well?

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Mckennedy: 5:07am On Nov 17, 2015
Nigeria is a big mighty joke...

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Aromas: 5:15am On Nov 17, 2015
IdisuleOurOwn:
Well, there might be scarcity of PMS in other places, but here (Ajaokuta Steel City) nothing like that. And it is sold at N97.

About the no light issue, I enjoy 24 hours power supply.
When we talk of economy environment, please stop mention the ill-faith areas, since the close down of Ajaokuta, how much are they generating as revenue to Kogi State? In terms of stable electricity, Ajaokuta can never be subjected to ridicule when we talk of light, Geregu power plant is there for us to used. Thanks

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Aromas: 5:19am On Nov 17, 2015
googlepikin:
Nigeria don enter one chance bus. terrorist have taken over Nigeria. we Christians must do something quick and fast, before they will order us to recite their book in our primary and secondary every morning. #wecryforparisians
Look at the way you reason like a daft undecided Terrorist have taken over Nigeria as if your freedom of movement is denied. SMH 4 you sha. Is dis how your parent teaches you on how to interact with other religionb? Absolutely No!

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by francizy(m): 5:27am On Nov 17, 2015
All I have to say is..


God bless GEJ

God bless Diezani Alison Mmadueke
God bless NOI

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by francizy(m): 5:31am On Nov 17, 2015
shakaZuIlu:
Instead of full cash you voted for a mere change now enjoy your change.

this is what you get when you vote an illiterate terrorist bastard general that has no economic plan rather than pighting kwarapshun when his ministers are kwarapshun themselves.

Buhari is a certified terrorist gworo chewing bastard burukutu sipping gorilla.
hopeless kunu drinking bastard with fura d'nunu infested brain.

die baba angry

Choi! Brother, the bolded too harsh na!! shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked

Dearpreye, Severussnape come and see.. grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by shakaZuIlu: 5:48am On Nov 17, 2015
francizy:


Choi! Brother, the bolded too harsh na!! shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked

Dearpreye, Severussnape come and see.. grin grin grin grin grin

lol i mean
sai baba cheesy

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by IdisuleOurOwn(m): 6:26am On Nov 17, 2015
shakaZuIlu:
Instead of full cash you voted for a mere change now enjoy your change.

this is what you get when you vote an illiterate terrorist bastard general that has no economic plan rather than pighting kwarapshun when his ministers are kwarapshun themselves.

Buhari is a certified terrorist gworo chewing bastard burukutu sipping gorilla.
hopeless kunu drinking bastard with fura d'nunu infested brain.

die baba angry

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by TonyeBarcanista(m): 6:30am On Nov 17, 2015
The deliberate act by Buhari and APC to punish Nigerians throiugh bad governance is becoming clearer by the day.

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by drss(m): 7:36am On Nov 17, 2015
If only buari knew dat governance is different from cattle rearing. sad
i don know wat fual subsidy means - buari dullaard.
Fuel subsidy is scam. - APC.
Bunch of confused pepul. Mtchewww

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Tunami(m): 7:38am On Nov 17, 2015
its the change mantra, buhari's body language affecting every sector.

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Lovexme(m): 7:45am On Nov 17, 2015
When are the masses going to stop suffering?

The queue I saw on my way back home yesternight ehn..

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by qualityovenbake(m): 8:01am On Nov 17, 2015
Illegal fuel vendors have taken over my area due to this fuel scarcity. Federal government should guarantee a stable power supply otherwise this scarcity will have an adverse effect on Nigeria

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by Berrylite: 8:02am On Nov 17, 2015
Let's give the ministers sometime to settle please.
We cannot use a day to feed a nutritionally deprived child to a robust state.

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Re: How Nigerians Are Coping With Fuel Scarcity (Photos) by biz2get(m): 8:02am On Nov 17, 2015
Non of This looks New Nah!!! Few Months Ago We Both Practiced this... So Why Complain Now?

While Everyone is Busy Talk Abt Fuel .... What Can We do about this Heat In Lagos Now embarassed undecided

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