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Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by emamos: 11:06pm On Mar 15, 2016
The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, has said that the ongoing fuel scarcity in the country may persist until the Federal Government takes effective action on petroleum products availability.
The declaration comes even as independent oil marketers and other private petroleum products operators insist that the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, is running a monopolistic system.
President of NUPENG, Comrade Igwe Achese, told Vanguard, “Clearly from the perspective of our own study, in as much we are concerned with the current situation we find ourselves, scarcity will continue. However, like we rightly said, if Federal Government is having a political will to address these issues, definitely, we will get out of this quagmire. For now, I’m sure we will still continue to find ourselves in where we are.
“NNPC, through its Products and Pipeline Marketing Company, PPMC, subsidiary is trying everything possible to see that this scarcity issue is resolved, but it also requires the commitment of all stakeholders.”
Regarding the loading of products at the depots of PPMC and other marketers, he argued that, “It is not an issue of Capital Oil, or Mosimi, it is an issue of the process. We need to change our approach, we need to change our structure in terms of the way and manner we carry out these operations.”

http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/03/why-fuel-scarcity-may-persist-nupeng/

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by emamos: 11:06pm On Mar 15, 2016
So help us God

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by EzePromoe: 3:27am On Mar 16, 2016
And the tussle for supremacy continues. No group wants to lose relevance, all to the detriment of Nigerians. So much for change!

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Bugatie(m): 3:35am On Mar 16, 2016
Oga Buhari is yet to understand the intricacies of Nigeria system and have a grip of this economy

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by o42austino(m): 6:55am On Mar 16, 2016
When can we have a functional government in this Apc time. During GEJ scarcity was only notice on the last one and half years of his administration but, from the first day of his government scarcity has been tormenting us... Na wa ooo

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Nobody: 7:03am On Mar 16, 2016
Bugatie:
Oga Buhari is yet to have a grip of this economy
it's a pity that people like.you fail to realize.what is happening in Nigeria. Is it the wish of Buhari that we masses should keep suffering to buy fuel? But one thing is certainly sure, God is watching over all those trying to sabotage this government by releasing suffering on the masses. If we Nigerians are ready to speak with one voice, then this set of people will be afraid to play with our life............. but how will this people be afraid of us with the likes of people like you.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Frankiss44(m): 7:08am On Mar 16, 2016
The bragged that governance wasn't rocket science... But since they came onboard every sector has gone from bad to worst. Even other African countries that are not producing crude are not passing through this embarrassment right now.

God help this nation.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Acidosis(m): 7:15am On Mar 16, 2016
Buhari the daydreamer.


He was grossly and massively deceived with the rebranding and over hyping he got from his supporters.

He grossly believed everyone would fall at his feet to worship him and follow his orders. In fact, some of his followers till date expect his 'body language' to fix all the loopholes in Nigeria.

The slang 'sai baba' emanated from the same uphoria as many believed Buhari is the magician that will command respect from NUPENG, NNPC, Civil Organizations, just to mention a few.

The masses are responsible for the current state of the nation. The expectations were toooo high and that's why someone in Lagos could comfortably print mega promises on Large format banners about someone he has never met.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Acidosis(m): 7:19am On Mar 16, 2016
donpress36:
it's a pity that people like.you fail to realize.what is happening in Nigeria. Is it the wish of Buhari that we masses should keep suffering to buy fuel? But one thing is certainly sure, God is watching over all those trying to sabotage this government by releasing suffering on the masses. If we Nigerians are ready to speak with one voice, then this set of people will be afraid to play with our life............. but how will this people be afraid of us with the likes of people like you.

This post is a typical example of my comments.

So because it is Buhari, everyone should shiver and bow to whatever he says?

Assuming I'm running a legal business where my family and I feed on, you think I'll stop business because a purported sheriff is in town?

Body language cannot do the magic, threats won't either. But if someone could be wise enough to engage me in a roundtable discourse while creating another alternative, I just might change my mind and consider another.

But if we all sit behind our keyboard expecting us all to be scared of our legal means of survival, the masses will suffer for a very long time.


Some of you who always expect people to lose their businesses because of fuel would never allow the government demolish your house for road construction.

We want them to bow for sai baba, but we can't surrender our buildings for road expansion for the masses without compensation. He he

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by drss(m): 7:19am On Mar 16, 2016
True Confession:
nigeria's economic problems is beyond buari. - liar mohammed.
fuel scarcity dat used to be nonexistent during GEJ era is now a way of life under buari dullard. wat a dull leader.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Kayendy(m): 7:21am On Mar 16, 2016
The situation of d Economy is bigger than d president- Lie Mohammed 2016

Only Pdp supporters r feeling. D hardship in d country - Chris Ngige 2016

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by ThankGodEdeh(m): 7:23am On Mar 16, 2016
Bubu is clueless on how to go about governance

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by phlemzy: 7:25am On Mar 16, 2016
This government looks clueless on the issue of fuel scarcity. Before you know it, they will come and tell tell us that its the hand work of saboteurs, and that its a result of corruption that is fighting back.
Mr Kachikwu, like his colleague in Works,Power & Housing, had better embark on a national tour to know what the problem really is, because if the problem is really known, solving it wouldn't take forever like we are experiencing.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by mars123(m): 7:51am On Mar 16, 2016
drss:
True Confession:
nigeria's economic problems is beyond buari. - liar mohammed.
fuel scarcity dat used to be nonexistent during GEJ era is now a way of life under buari dullard. wat a dull leader.
it's obvious your eyes, ears , brain were all dysfunctional during the last government but we thank God sentiments have brought it back now.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Bugatie(m): 8:11am On Mar 16, 2016
donpress36:
it's a pity that people like.you fail to realize.what is happening in Nigeria. Is it the wish of Buhari that we masses should keep suffering to buy fuel? But one thing is certainly sure, God is watching over all those trying to sabotage this government by releasing suffering on the masses. If we Nigerians are ready to speak with one voice, then this set of people will be afraid to play with our life............. but how will this people be afraid of us with the likes of people like you.

Keep crying, when it comes to Buhari, you guys will invoke every reason to excuse him.

Even Buhari himself will be ashamed by your comments

And please stop using HIS name in vain!

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by FrankNetter(m): 9:47am On Mar 16, 2016
Zoo

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by FreemanDave(m): 9:47am On Mar 16, 2016
Dark days ahead...

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Nobody: 9:48am On Mar 16, 2016
oh God save us from captivity
Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by sosilly4b(m): 9:48am On Mar 16, 2016
All is for selfish interest. Neither Nupeng nor NNPC is fighting for Nigerians.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Segadem(m): 9:48am On Mar 16, 2016
Hmmm
Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by HopeAlive14(m): 9:49am On Mar 16, 2016
Weeping may endure for a night;

But Joy comes in the morning!

God is control.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by samx4real(m): 9:49am On Mar 16, 2016
I thought the minister said the scarcity will end in 2 days?









Now who is deceiving who?

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by slimpoppa(m): 9:49am On Mar 16, 2016
Wahala dey o
Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Segadem(m): 9:49am On Mar 16, 2016
bonganee:
Black days ahead
u meant black Friday or good Friday?




But for me and my house everyday is good and will be good!

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by FrankNetter(m): 9:50am On Mar 16, 2016
Buhari is a _clueless thing. Kernicterus, petrol sniffing and tobacco chewing has fried his geriatric brain cells.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by ifeomaekol(f): 9:50am On Mar 16, 2016
God pls, pls, pls, pls hv mercy upon nigeria.
Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by bigt2(m): 9:50am On Mar 16, 2016
Ah.
Time to start playing bet9ja.com
angry
Too broke.

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Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by cruz419(m): 9:51am On Mar 16, 2016
see dem speaking grammer for us,,instead of sitting down to resolve dis issue,,dey prefare d poor masses yo suffer!!!!thunder go fire all of dem,, angrys well we'll be fyn we used to it bleeped up government....
Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by Adesiji77: 9:52am On Mar 16, 2016
This is not funny at all.... angry
Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by miqos02(m): 9:54am On Mar 16, 2016
ok
Re: Why Fuel Scarcity May Persist —NUPENG by BUAR(m): 9:57am On Mar 16, 2016
donpress36:
it's a pity that people like.you fail to realize.what is happening in Nigeria. Is it the wish of Buhari that we masses should keep suffering to buy fuel? But one thing is certainly sure, God is watching over all those trying to sabotage this government by releasing suffering on the masses. If we Nigerians are ready to speak with one voice, then this set of people will be afraid to play with our life............. but how will this people be afraid of us with the likes of people like you.
please bros your assertions are not in direct opposite of what the person you. Quoted opinned!!!!

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