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Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by nijanigga: 6:34pm On Mar 15, 2016
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-35810599
Some people will say it's PMB's fault.
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by tsephanyah(f): 6:50pm On Mar 15, 2016
it's PMB fault, lol
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by Godmann(m): 7:15pm On Mar 15, 2016
What a country.

We are in deep poo.
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by Standing5(m): 7:16pm On Mar 15, 2016
Its PMB's fault indeed. The silly wailers, they will somewhere now, probably brainstorming on how to spin this. Just watch.
Anonimi and co. Where are you guys?
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by oyinkinola: 8:10pm On Mar 15, 2016
....in a system of government of people by the people for the people, who has the responsibility of defending the nation, the nation is the victime of looters, the nation is the victim of the criminal, the nation is the victim of terrorist, the nation is the victim of economics saboteur, the nation is the victim of oil pipe line vandal, the nation is the victim of kidnaping, the nation is the victim of fulani herdsmen, the nation is the victim of ipob/massob, the nation is victim of fuel black market the nation is the victim of the forex $ hike price, the nation is the victim of the price specuator & manipulator...etc
Beside president muhammadu Buhari action to defend the nation:
1.The war against bokoharam and other insurgency in the eastern part of nigeria is defeatable , with galant soldiers under the order of marksman general, the commandant in chief of african arm forces, General buhari had berated the iss of africa...with galant sodiers and sophisticated weapon the terrorist had been pull down!
2.The war against corruption looting and the looters is the second fronts, the battle is not all that easy the general has the determination but fighting corruption with unredoutable weapon like judiciary arms, is not easy to operate infront of devilish looters with their advocates and distinguish honourable senators and opposition party! but God so good with the determination of general and full backing of the international community, the war is 'bell et bien' in full stage!
3.The third war which will commence soon is on the economics saboteurs, a war that general think ,with broom they will be easyly sweep into dust-bin but even the rake seems not be effective enough to rake them, now general had determined to bulldoze them into the pit!
when the three war won, nigeria will be worth living for the poor masses!
who is to defend the nation while senators and law practitional rally round a criminal accuse!
who is to defend the nation while humman right watch turn to terrorist(bokoharam) right watch!
who is to defend the nation while student union, labour congress, human right activists, legal practitional support or mute and powerless in the face of looter and say nothing about the looted fund!
who is to defend the nation while NL support the looters!
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by baralatie(m): 8:19pm On Mar 15, 2016
Standing5:
Its PMB's fault indeed. The silly wailers, they will somewhere now, probably brainstorming on how to spin this. Just watch.
Anonimi and co. Where are you guys?
Can I ask you a question!
Do you know the laws backing the NNPC and how does the law enacting NNPC operate

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Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by Standing5(m): 9:10pm On Mar 15, 2016
baralatie:

Can I ask you a question!
Do you know the laws backing the NNPC and how does the law enacting NNPC operate
the laws operate by stealing is not corruption principle.
I hate when people feign stùpídìtý.
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by baralatie(m): 10:14pm On Mar 15, 2016
Standing5:
the laws operate by stealing is not corruption principle.
I hate when people feign stùpídìtý.
So you do not know!
And you are here talking about stupidity!
Just a little knowledge about the laws guiding the operations of the NnPC will help you a lot
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by Standing5(m): 10:58pm On Mar 15, 2016
baralatie:

So you do not know!
And you are here talking about stupidity!
Just a little knowledge about the laws guiding the operations of the NnPC will help you a lot
Feigning stùpídìtý is bad and wrong.
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by baralatie(m): 8:45pm On Mar 16, 2016
Standing5:
Feigning stùpídìtý is bad and wrong.
that is to say you did not know the laws and operations backing the NNPC
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by Standing5(m): 9:14pm On Mar 16, 2016
baralatie:

that is to say you did not know the laws and operations backing the NNPC
No. That's to say when a guy comes around hoping to start and win an argument by feigning stùpídìty, it is bad and wrong. I would av enlighten u further but I am not you teacher. Google is there for guys like you.
Re: Nigeria's NNPC 'failed To Pay' $16bn In Oil Revenues by baralatie(m): 11:35am On Mar 17, 2016
Standing5:
No. That's to say when a guy comes around hoping to start and win an argument by feigning stùpídìty, it is bad and wrong. I would av enlighten u further but I am not you teacher. Google is there for guys like you.
Google escrow acct.

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