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Who Ruled Nigeria Best? by Pascalberry(m): 9:21am On Mar 25, 2016
FelLow Nigerians as per your researchs and observations who do you think is the best president/head of state/prime minister that have ever ruled Nigeria. To me i think its Obansanjo
Re: Who Ruled Nigeria Best? by Flets: 9:26am On Mar 25, 2016
Obasanjo is the only evil trailing Nigeria for the past 16yrs. He stewarded corruption , election malpractice, political killings and many evil vices
Re: Who Ruled Nigeria Best? by lekkie073(m): 9:56am On Mar 25, 2016
obasanjo ke? do u mean to say the worst
Re: Who Ruled Nigeria Best? by enlightenedmind: 11:07am On Mar 25, 2016
Logically, sentiments aside, Sani Abacha. Even though we had no human rights and were oppressed like sheep, our country was growing.
Re: Who Ruled Nigeria Best? by Pascalberry(m): 3:39pm On Mar 25, 2016
Aside that tell me an0da president or head ov state who did better.
Re: Who Ruled Nigeria Best? by Rossikk(m): 3:41pm On Mar 25, 2016
General Murtala Ramat Muhammed.
Re: Who Ruled Nigeria Best? by icekream(m): 3:48pm On Mar 25, 2016
I go for Yar'adua... Its not how far but how well.

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Re: Who Ruled Nigeria Best? by Standing5(m): 4:12pm On Mar 25, 2016
Obj tried.
He attempted to boost local production by banning foreign option, but the porous border and ever smiling custom men didn't help matters.
He also saw to the success 13% derivation oil fund to oil producing states.
Under him, the dormant civil servants and public office holder got increases in pay not because the system improved but because there was increase in oil earnings, a fact that's working against productivity and effeciency of the system today.
Under him EFCC & ICPC were, in my opinion, 15% active.

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