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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by anonimi: 10:24pm On Nov 25, 2015
ezivision:
To rebuild a nation means things hav gone very wrong, hence CHANGE! We who voted it know it wont come overnight. Lack of maturity only show boys from men, and boys will go for indomi. But men will look for lasting solu, PMB is on that part & i thank God for him.

Dey there dey form men and boys of indomie when railway don waka pass leave you behind.
Your eye too go soon clear grin






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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by ionsman: 10:24pm On Nov 25, 2015
shiinihost:


maybe in your area. Fuel was never scare in my region.....maybe it did but only for a few days.....and that was before the handover, after the elections. and i am not a jonathanian or whatever dafuq you blabbing about.

So in essence,if you ain't sure of something,learn to keep shut.
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by shiinihost: 10:28pm On Nov 25, 2015
ionsman:


So in essence,if you ain't sure of something,learn to keep shut.

i told you what i am sure of and witnessed live. fuel was never scarce in my area. There was only a hike in the price.....sold for around 130 in the black market, but that was all. You, learn to shut up and stop defending these thieves.
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by luvinhubby(m): 10:35pm On Nov 25, 2015
[quote author=shiinihost post=40403970

It is very clear that you are either paid for this, Or you are just a natural sadist. [/quote]

Or a jobless herbalist looking for cool money from poltical patronage.
cheesy
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by ezivision: 10:36pm On Nov 25, 2015
shiinihost:


i told you what i am sure of and witnessed live. fuel was never scarce in my area. There was only a hike in the price.....sold for around 130 in the black market, but that was all. You, learn to shut up and stop defending these thieves.
There Was Fuel In Ur Area Yet U Visit Red Or Yellow Market. lie small.
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by ionsman: 10:39pm On Nov 25, 2015
shiinihost:


i told you what i am sure of and witnessed live. fuel was never scarce in my area. There was only a hike in the price.....sold for around 130 in the black market, but that was all. You, learn to shut up and stop defending these thieves.

Please read through those links(just a few). ..You started by saying out of Gej's six year reign,fuel scarcity was only experienced few days to his tenure expiration. Stop fooling yourself and go to bed.


2014 - http://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/03/fuel-scarcity-fg-owing-us-9-months-subsidy-ipman/

2013 - http://www.vanguardngr.com/2013/12/fuel-scarcity-looms-oil-workers-insist-strike/

2012 - http://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/106743-fuel-scarcity-may-continue-till-2013-nnpc-official.html

2012 - https://www.nairaland.com/877831/why-fuel-scarcity

2012 - http://hotnaijanews.com/tag/fuel-scarcity-in-nigeria/

2012 - http://www.pmnewsnigeria.com/2012/03/05/fuel-scarcity-hits-lagos-ibadan/

2010 - http://www.medwelljournals.com/fulltext/?doi=sscience.2010.113.121

January 2010 - https://www.nairaland.com/626482/fuel-scarcity-abuja

December, 2009 - https://www.nairaland.com/368982/why-fuel-scarcity-may-persist

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by luvinhubby(m): 10:39pm On Nov 25, 2015
ezivision:
Today, many parts of lagos sales fuel 87. My driver even burght & only spent abt 30min @ ebutemeta

shocked shocked shocked
Which Ebute-Metta, this my own or another?

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by mikolo80: 10:47pm On Nov 25, 2015
NgeneUkwenu:


Fuel sold @300 Naira before Buhari took over and stabilized for many months before the recent crisis. YES Or No?

Civil servants were owed several months before Buhari took over and provided Bail out that cleared several months of arrears. YES Or No?

The Price of Crude Oil crashed, selling almost at 42 dollars per barrel? Who is to blame? The past government that enjoyed @ the boom and didn't diversify the economy or the 6months old government?

Nobody is defending anybody, it is very unfair to criticize a government who has not even presented it's own budget for proper scrutiny!

I don't criticize for the fun it or just for me to be tagged a neutral! No Way!

I will only judge and appraise this government after 2 years!
chei NG you get time o
na these mumus you de bother to answer
ppl wen don sign
see dem no get choice but to wait for maybe 2048 to try their luck again.
Just that baba pursue dese Baggars is enough for me
as he come put fashola as coordinating minister Just de sweet my belle
dem think say na gwament of 'we will ''I shall ' 'in the pipeline '
less talk more action
sai baba
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by ezivision: 10:48pm On Nov 25, 2015
luvinhubby:


shocked shocked shocked
Which Ebute-Metta, this my own or another?
MRS filling station Ebutemeta,today about 11am my driver bought it there
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by mikolo80: 10:49pm On Nov 25, 2015
RevDesmondJuju:
8 trillion naira deficit budget sourced from IMF loans that will end up in Tinubu, Buhari, Fashole and Amaechi 's accounts.

at least they all have investments here
wetin dizzy and Co do with dia own share of d national cake
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by mikolo80: 10:52pm On Nov 25, 2015
RevDesmondJuju:
One reoccurring decimal among APC blind zombies is how the keep regurgitating the same tired lies, excuses and myths of their buhari.

You can not have a sensible debate with them since sense has since fled their brain.

They also don't know the extent of havoc their illiterate messiah is wrecking on our economy because vast majority are Jobless people with no real understanding and appreciation of basic economics.

They are also lazy socialists who expect govt to feed them scrap and shower them with subsidies. This stems from their lack of self reliance.

Lately, most of the zombies have become really calm in the real world and seeing the folly of their blind fanatiscm.

The likes of NgeneUkwenu are paid shills who actually benefit from spreading propaganda but to the legion of zygote Almajiris out there, they now know what change feels like and they are not in any way happy.
zombies senseless illiterate lazy lack zombie,s again blind fanatics shills zygote almajiri, your words
and you wonder why nobody wants to debate with someone who sounds rabid
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by mikolo80: 10:55pm On Nov 25, 2015
shiinihost:


maybe in your area. Fuel was never scare in my region.....maybe it did but only for a few days.....and that was before the handover, after the elections. and i am not a jonathanian or whatever dafuq you blabbing about.
I park motor for almost six months. pikin wen no comot from him papa farm go think say na im big pass.
how big is your area
we're talking Lagos Abuja Ibadan 170 milliom Nigerians
you're talking your area
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by Jesusloveyou(m): 11:16pm On Nov 25, 2015
shiinihost:


no he's not the cause. I am. angry
let d scarcity continue until u wailers demand from d clueless corrupt ogogoro hero to pay his cronies (marketers) their dubious 290b claims, nonsense

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by Jesusloveyou(m): 11:23pm On Nov 25, 2015
shiinihost:


i told you what i am sure of and witnessed live. fuel was never scarce in my area. There was only a hike in the price.....sold for around 130 in the black market, but that was all. You, learn to shut up and stop defending these thieves.
u are just a shameless liar, in may, no light, fuel and kerosene in d whole of d federation, a litre of kerosene was 250, fuel 500 naira

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by Nobody: 12:09am On Nov 26, 2015
mikolo80:
zombies senseless illiterate lazy lack zombie,s again blind fanatics shills zygote almajiri, your words
and you wonder why nobody wants to debate with someone who sounds rabid

Who is looking for a debate with you zomble?

Buhari is a boko now eat sh1t and die

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by Nobody: 12:12am On Nov 26, 2015
mikolo80:
I park motor for almost six months. pikin wen no comot from him papa farm go think say na im big pass.
how big is your area
we're talking Lagos Abuja Ibadan 170 milliom Nigerians
you're talking your area


Zombie which time in Abuja did we have fuel scarcity for 6mths?

Keep deceiving the Almajiris under your care.

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by Nobody: 12:14am On Nov 26, 2015
mikolo80:
at least they all have investments here
wetin dizzy and Co do with dia own share of d national cake

Foolish response from a zombie fool on behalf of his masters.

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by menix(m): 1:05am On Nov 26, 2015
ezivision:
Today, many parts of lagos sales fuel 87. My driver even burght & only spent abt 30min @ ebutemeta

He Burght olodo I guess..


ezivision:
To rebuild a nation means things hav gone very wrong, hence CHANGE! We who voted it know it wont come overnight. Lack of maturity only show boys from men, and boys will go for indomi. But men will look for lasting solu, PMB is on that part & i thank God for him.

Oga see ow u dey show the world ur level of literacy, proof read your comments nd see if u made any sense..


All this Uwa Mmebi Olodo forming Soyinka..

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by mikolo80: 2:32am On Nov 26, 2015
RevDesmondJuju:


Foolish response from a zombie fool on behalf of his masters.

better than you that your father is a bastard that did not teach his child not to insult strangers

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by mikolo80: 2:34am On Nov 26, 2015
RevDesmondJuju:



Zombie which time in Abuja did we have fuel scarcity for 6mths?

Keep deceiving the Almajiris under your care.
bastard six months before election handover. you cannot know now, you Bastards staying in maitama and asokoro with your servants going to buy the fuel. we the masses that know where the shoe pinches
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by mikolo80: 2:36am On Nov 26, 2015
RevDesmondJuju:


Who is looking for a debate with you zomble?

Buhari is a boko now eat sh1t and die

you, debate, I'm surprised that you can even spell debate you bastard of no name or standing
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by ERAKAMUS: 6:22am On Nov 26, 2015
Jesusloveyou:
make him work, as in, to do what? To paid d marketers abi? U most be very stupid to think buhari is d cause of d fuel scarcity
WHY YOU NOR JUS GET SENSE, I NOR MEAN COMMON SENSE OO.

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by Nobody: 6:23am On Nov 26, 2015
mikolo80:
bastard six months before election handover. you cannot know now, you Bastards staying in maitama and asokoro with your servants going to buy the fuel. we the masses that know where the shoe pinches

And so will you remain a dredge of society

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by SeverusSnape(m): 6:25am On Nov 26, 2015
shiinihost:


The only period fuel sold above the pump price, all through the 6 years of GEJ, was before the handover. That was very understandable and just for a few days .

This one it's being on for weeks now. Despite that subsidies are still being paid daily for products.

No federal civil servant was owned during those period.... was just couple of states..... very minimal. Infact we didn't get to hear about salaries being owed till after the elections.

The price of crude oil crashed since 2014. How was GEJ able to manage it?

It is very clear that you are either paid for this, Or you are just a natural sadist.
So you don't know NgeneUkwenu is paid?... Know that today, Not just him, PassingShot too.

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by mikolo80: 6:26am On Nov 26, 2015
RevDesmondJuju:


And so will I remain a dredge of society
I agree. Heaven help you
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by SeverusSnape(m): 6:32am On Nov 26, 2015
Jesusloveyou:
d op is d most foolish being in dis forum, he is worst than mogidi, severusnape, chukwudi44, anonimi and co, and i blame passingshot for dis insult

See this foolish illiterate idiot.

Have you gotten the English text book I advised you to get?

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by Chubhie: 6:40am On Nov 26, 2015
When jesus loves you leaves bible join partisan politics you know say water don pass garri. Beautiful morning.
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by hmohammed(m): 6:49am On Nov 26, 2015
In my opinion, this government has not gotten us to our desired destination, but. I think we should be patient till may next year. Why are we so quick and excited at the struggle of this government.
By the grace of God, this government will surpass it's expectation inshaallah
Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by Jesusloveyou(m): 8:37am On Nov 26, 2015
SeverusSnape:


See this foolish illiterate idiot.

Have you gotten the English text book I advised you to get?
dundee united

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Re: The Daftest Comment I Read Today by mikolo80: 6:16pm On Nov 26, 2015
RevDesmondJuju:


And so will you remain a dredge of society
you don quiet
you think say you get bad mouth ba
you wan show us say na ghetto you grow
say your mama no gi you home training

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