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Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by LRNZH(m): 5:04pm On Apr 24, 2016
Recently, the news media carried news of Dr. Kachikwu staying that Nigeria would need in excess of $700 million to get its refineries to optimum functional states.

The Minister of State for Petroleum (and the current FG) were lambasted as usual for not using the 'recovered loots' and cost savings to fix the refineries. Fair point if viewed on the surface but a deeper dig will expose what the junior minister meant to communicate.

More importantly, one of the key messages was lost in the headlines. Dr. Kachikwu made these pronouncements while commissioning an underground pipeline from Escravos to Warri and Port Harcourt refineries expected to deliver crude directly to the refineries rather than the use of marine vessels which have been in use for years.

This is a game changer for our refineries. From my interactions with some PENGASSAN officials, there used to be pipelines that served similar purposes but pipeline crude bunkering wouldn't let them function. The refineries resorted to using marine vessels as a means to sidestep the bunkerers with some success, however with increased costs and effort to avoid diversion.

The contractor, Ocean Marine Solution, chaired by Capt.Hosa Okunbor, said during the commissioning:
“Today, we are very glad that, for the first time over ten years, we are able to deliver the crude line between Escravos and Warri and crude is now flowing through the pipeline which was impossible over the years. We thank God, you saw the Minister, the refinery people were glad. NNPC workers were rejoicing and we, as a company, are also rejoicing for what God has used us to do. I am so glad because, sometimes, there are certain things you achieve that are more than money. We have created serious value for this country using our own resources,”

Dr. Kachikwu in turn, responded thus:
“We must thank President Muhammadu Buhari for giving us the opportunity to deliver this and, for the first time, our three refineries will be working at the same time. This underground pipeline will check sabotage and I can tell you the sufferings of people will soon be a thing of the past as regards fuel scarcity. I apologise to Nigerians for the long fuel scarcity but we are working round the clock to bring smile on their faces”


This is a very good development by the current FG and we should applaud their commitment to applying more long lasting solutions to our national problems. If we sustain projects like this, in 4 years time we will hardly recognise our country. Some folks will advocate for an outright sale of the refineries and that too is fair point. However, the refineries should be put in reasonable working conditions before such a sale otherwise they would be bought as scrap thereby shortchanging the FG and Nigerians.

Let's bash our governments when they fail us but also laud their efforts when they invest into projects that will uplift the conditions of Nigerians. That is the change we desire.

Happy Sunday people.

Pics from commissioning:




References:

Bashing Thread:
https://www.nairaland.com/3065778/nigeria-needs-700-million-upgrade

Pipeline Commisioning: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/04/fuel-crisis-kachikwu-commissions-underground-crude-pipeline/

Pics: http://www.trezzyblog.com/2016/04/nnpc-boss-ibe-kachikwu-recommissions.html?m=1

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by SeverusSnape(m): 5:09pm On Apr 24, 2016
The petroleum minister is a dullard. He should resign.

Nigerians are suffering on the queues and they are here lying to themselves.

Propagandists tongue

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by sacredsaint(m): 5:12pm On Apr 24, 2016
we shall see

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by LRNZH(m): 5:14pm On Apr 24, 2016
SeverusSnape:
The petroleum minister is a dullard. He should resign.

Guy you have been on this forum for a while now. You should be maturing through interactions with other reasonable members of NL.

How is your post related to the discussion at hand biko?

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by caleb404: 5:15pm On Apr 24, 2016
[b]In as much as Niger Delta do not feel the impact of their oil wealth, the pipelines will be destroyed.

If una like make una carry the whole military men come... Asking Obasanjo some quick questions will benefit Buhari a lot.

Una want use oil money build railway from Lagos to the North and una cancel Calabar-Lagos, downgraded 2nd Niger Bridge funds. Buhari keeps acting as if he doesn't know anything about it,... we're not foolish. Jonathan wen sign the contracts was not a fool. He delivered Abuja-Kaduna... now to run Lagos-Calabar una want play ojoro put.

Keep blaming the southern senators when we know fully well say na the appropriation/allocation committee comprising Northerners na run the heist without the knowledge of the mainstream Senate body.

Let's see how you'll build Lagos and Abuja and abandon SS/SE. Una dey build refinery for Lagos, not 1 but 2. Then una go draw pipeline from Niger Delta to transport crude whilst keeping armed men everywhere so we nor go fit breath. Una still dey learn work.

All the headquarters of the oil companies dey Lagos and Abuja employing other tribes whereas we went oil flow pass our backyard we nor even dey see NNPC contract jobs run. Make we dey watch. The vibes already show say tompolo self dey learn.

We watch as they keep frustrating the ibaka seaport, we watch as they've taken the Enugu international airport to the cleaners... we see as they all want the airport to be downgraded... as if Murtala Mohammed airport attained it's heights in 4 years. We're watching, wen push comes to shove everybody go answer their papa name.

By the time we're done with the pipelines Osun monthly allocation go be minimum wage. Rubbish!
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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by greatiyk4u(m): 5:19pm On Apr 24, 2016
I believe completely in this Government of change, what of you?

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by SeverusSnape(m): 5:19pm On Apr 24, 2016
LRNZH:


Guy you have been on this forum for a while now. You should be maturing through interactions with other reasonable members of NL.

How is your post related to the discussion at hand biko?
How has the petroleum ministry fared under the present minister??... Why are there still queues all over the country till now??

I guess your topic is not related to the petroleum ministry, of which I said the person heading it is dull.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by LRNZH(m): 5:22pm On Apr 24, 2016
caleb404:
In as much as Niger Delta do not feel the impact of their oil wealth, the pipelines will be destroyed.

If una like make una carry the whole military men come... Asking Obasanjo some quick questions will benefit Buhari a lot.

With the efforts currently geared towards the ND feeling more inclusive, I think there are not much reasons to destroy the pipelines. It is only a self self saboteur that will think like that.

Oil Spill Cleanup, Reforming the NDDC, improving security in the creeks to attract more direct investments, Amnesty program extended to 2018, Including the Lagos - Calabar Rail project against the NASS wishes... The FG has the ND in its plans.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by caleb404: 5:26pm On Apr 24, 2016
LRNZH:


With the efforts currently geared towards the ND feeling more inclusive, I think there are not much reasons to destroy the pipelines. It is only a self self saboteur that will think like that.

Oil Spill Cleanup, Reforming the NDDC, improving security in the creeks to attract more direct investments, Amnesty program extended to 2018... The FG has the ND in its plans.

Story for the gods. A government that has not kept any single campaign promise. Bros abeg today na Sunday. Go relax with madam

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by LRNZH(m): 5:30pm On Apr 24, 2016
SeverusSnape:

How has the petroleum ministry fared under the present minister??... Why are there still queues all over the country till now??

[b]You're just waking up abi? Instead of raising the relevant question you start by insulting the president. Is that how to engage in a civil debate?

To your question, Nigeria has the option to either keep relying in crude swap which will clear the fuel queues but is hurting the country significantly. The current scarcity is because the FG cannot afford to keep playing the old game (you know what the crude price is) of accomodating rent seekers.

Things are readjusting. Dr. Kachikwu has promised by the end of May or so, there will be respite and this is coming from projects to get the refineries in proper function. The FG is more long term focused now. It takes political will and vision to achieve those.

My only gripe with the FG is the price fixing in the the downstream sector. They could have totally removed subsidy and let marketers do their thing with market forces determining prices of petroleum products. With that said, we don't see what they see.

I believe that with the 3 refineries fully functional by next month and reliable crude supply lines , full deregulation will follow suite. This is what successive last governments have been unable to achieve.
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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by Babalegba(m): 5:38pm On Apr 24, 2016
caleb404:
[b]In as much as Niger Delta do not feel the impact of their oil wealth, the pipelines will be destroyed.

If una like make una carry the whole military men come... Asking Obasanjo some quick questions will benefit Buhari a lot.

Una want use oil money build railway from Lagos to the North and una cancel Calabar-Lagos, downgraded 2nd Niger Bridge funds. Buhari keeps acting as if he doesn't know anything about it,... we're not foolish. Jonathan wen sign the contracts was not a fool. He delivered Abuja-Kaduna... now to run Lagos-Calabar una want play ojoro put.

Keep blaming the southern senators when we know fully well say na the appropriation/allocation committee comprising Northerners na run the heist without the knowledge of the mainstream Senate body.

Let's see how you'll build Lagos and Abuja and abandon SS/SE. Una dey build refinery for Lagos, not 1 but 2. Then una go draw pipeline from Niger Delta to transport crude whilst keeping armed men everywhere so we nor go fit breath. Una still dey learn work.

All the headquarters of the oil companies dey Lagos and Abuja employing other tribes whereas we went oil flow pass our backyard we nor even dey see NNPC contract jobs run. Make we dey watch. The vibes already show say tompolo self dey learn.

By the time we're done with the pipelines Osun monthly allocation go be minimum wage. Rubbish!
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And what did your leaders do with all the money that flowed into Bayelsa. They stole it leaving the state dirt poor. You are your own worst enemy

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by caleb404: 5:41pm On Apr 24, 2016
Babalegba:
And what did your leaders do with all the money that flowed into Bayelsa. They stole it leaving the state dirt poor. You are your own worst enemy

What have your own leaders done with the money from illegal mining? What have they done with the money from agriculture.

You want to be the devil but want us to be Angels, right? Keep consoling yourself.

We have excess crude account...where is excess tomato account? Where is excess mineral account? Make we dey watch.

"Igbe nor dey dance juju wen dem nor go throwaway powder".

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by LRNZH(m): 5:47pm On Apr 24, 2016
caleb404:


What have your own leaders done with the money from illegal mining? What have they done with the money from agriculture.

You want to be the devil but want us to be Angels, right? Keep consoling yourself.

We have excess crude account...where is excess tomato account? Where is excess mineral account? Make we dey watch.

"Igbe nor dey dance juju wen dem nor go throwaway powder".

Your argument is terribly flawed on many levels my friend.
How comparable are the solid minerals and petroleum sector that you will justify the squandering of the opportunity the ND had to elevate itself from poverty under GEJ from almighty oil money?

Even if the North were to squander it's resources (from solid minerals or agriculture, which is not the case anyway), is that why the ND should squander it's oil money? Can two wrongs be justified?
Only Tompolo, Diezani, Dasuki, Obanikoro etc gained from GEJs tenure.

Bayelsa is a shame to GEJ's legacy of being in government since 1999.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by vedaxcool(m): 5:48pm On Apr 24, 2016
SeverusSnape:
The petroleum minister is a dullard. He should resign.
Nigerians are suffering on the queues and they are here lying to themselves.
Propagandists tongue

Did the ineffectual buffoon you parade as your life line resign while destroying this country in one mishap after another? GEJ the cursed one and the pdp the evil platform failed the ndeltans who now have resorted to the same economic sabotage and you sit there shamefully posting about suffering induced by GEJ the cursed one. abeg comot for here before lies spoil your laptop.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by vedaxcool(m): 5:50pm On Apr 24, 2016
caleb404:


What have your own leaders done with the money from illegal mining? What have they done with the money from agriculture.

You want to be the devil but want us to be Angels, right? Keep consoling yourself.

We have excess crude account...where is excess tomato account? Where is excess mineral account? Make we dey watch.

"Igbe nor dey dance juju wen dem nor go throwaway powder".

none of these accounts exist because oga jona hero of thieves and patron saint of corruption did nothing for this sectors. Agriculture dey pay tax and contributes to the gdp.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by vedaxcool(m): 5:53pm On Apr 24, 2016
LRNZH:


[b]You're just waking up abi? Instead of raising the relevant question you start by insulting the president. Is that how to engage in a civil debate?

To your question, Nigeria has the option to either keep relying in crude swap which will clear the fuel queues but is hurting the country significantly. The current scarcity is because the FG cannot afford to keep playing the old game (you know what the crude price is) of accomodating rent seekers.

Things are readjusting. Dr. Kachikwu has promised by the end of May or so, there will be respite and this is coming from projects to get the refineries in proper function. The FG is more long term focused now. It takes political will and vision to achieve those.

My only gripe with the FG is the price fixing in the the downstream sector. They could have totally removed subsidy and let marketers do their thing with market forces determining prices of petroleum products. With that said, we don't see what they see.

I believe that with the 3 refineries fully functional by next month and reliable crude supply lines , full deregulation will follow suite. This is what successive last governments have been unable to achieve.
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I urge all to compare this post with severussnapes posts and you will conclude that severussnapes post lack sensible and intelligent coherent points in its entirety.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by Babalegba(m): 6:02pm On Apr 24, 2016
caleb404:


What have your own leaders done with the money from illegal mining? What have they done with the money from agriculture.

You want to be the devil but want us to be Angels, right? Keep consoling yourself.

We have excess crude account...where is excess tomato account? Where is excess mineral account? Make we dey watch.

"Igbe nor dey dance juju wen dem nor go throwaway powder".
My governor Amosun is doing well.He has not looted all the treasury like your own leaders did.In Ogun state we can all see the projects consuming the money.You should always strive to emulate the good and not copy the thieves. Your leaders are too greedy,that's where your problem is coming from.1000 trillion dollars cannot satisfy a greedy man

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by Igbaba2(m): 6:03pm On Apr 24, 2016
SeverusSnape:
The petroleum minister is a dullard. He should resign.

Nigerians are suffering on the queues and they are here lying to themselves.

Propagandists tongue
can u reason at all, if u're learned lyk him will u perform better? Its better we pray for its not easy to rule in nigeria.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by babdap: 6:05pm On Apr 24, 2016
Some will never see anything good in this administration.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by LRNZH(m): 6:11pm On Apr 24, 2016
Babalegba:
My governor Amosun is doing well.He has not looted all the treasury like your own leaders did.In Ogun state we can all see the projects consuming the money.You should always strive to emulate the good and not copy the thieves. Your leaders are too greedy,that's where your problem is coming from.1000 trillion dollars cannot satisfy a greedy man

That poster is obviously just trolling or something, stating how they will destroy pipelines. What a myopic worldview.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by SLIDEwaxie(m): 6:37pm On Apr 24, 2016
LRNZH:


Guy you have been on this forum for a while now. You should be maturing through interactions with other reasonable members of NL.

How is your post related to the discussion at hand biko?
let me ask you;

How does one give what he doesn't posses? Even if he borrowed it, he doesn't own it because he will give it back.

My point, wailers and sense are like the sun and the Pluto!

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by diegwu01: 6:45pm On Apr 24, 2016
caleb404:
[b]In as much as Niger Delta do not feel the impact of their oil wealth, the pipelines will be destroyed.

If una like make una carry the whole military men come... Asking Obasanjo some quick questions will benefit Buhari a lot.

Una want use oil money build railway from Lagos to the North and una cancel Calabar-Lagos, downgraded 2nd Niger Bridge funds. Buhari keeps acting as if he doesn't know anything about it,... we're not foolish. Jonathan wen sign the contracts was not a fool. He delivered Abuja-Kaduna... now to run Lagos-Calabar una want play ojoro put.

Keep blaming the southern senators when we know fully well say na the appropriation/allocation committee comprising Northerners na run the heist without the knowledge of the mainstream Senate body.

Let's see how you'll build Lagos and Abuja and abandon SS/SE. Una dey build refinery for Lagos, not 1 but 2. Then una go draw pipeline from Niger Delta to transport crude whilst keeping armed men everywhere so we nor go fit breath. Una still dey learn work.

All the headquarters of the oil companies dey Lagos and Abuja employing other tribes whereas we went oil flow pass our backyard we nor even dey see NNPC contract jobs run. Make we dey watch. The vibes already show say tompolo self dey learn.

We watch as they keep frustrating the ibaka seaport, we watch as they've taken the Enugu international airport to the cleaners... we see as they all want the airport to be downgraded... as if Murtala Mohammed airport attained it's heights in 4 years. We're watching, wen push comes to shove everybody go answer their papa name.

By the time we're done with the pipelines Osun monthly allocation go be minimum wage. Rubbish!
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Your brother just left the seat of the Presidency just last year after 6 years as president and 2 years as Vice President, Why dont you channel your grievances to him

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by sanandreas(m): 6:51pm On Apr 24, 2016
"Igbe nor dey dance juju wen dem nor go throwaway powder". Hahaha if you know what that means
Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by SeverusSnape(m): 6:58pm On Apr 24, 2016
vedaxcool:


Did the ineffectual buffoon you parade as your life line resign while destroying this country in one mishap after another? GEJ the cursed one and the pdp the evil platform failed the ndeltans who now have resorted to the same economic sabotage and you sit there shamefully posting about suffering induced by GEJ the cursed one. abeg comot for here before lies spoil your laptop.
Keep calling Jonathan. You can't make a comment without calling the FORMER president.

Have you blamed GEJ today??

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by SeverusSnape(m): 6:59pm On Apr 24, 2016
LRNZH:


[b]You're just waking up abi? Instead of raising the relevant question you start by insulting the president. Is that how to engage in a civil debate?

To your question, Nigeria has the option to either keep relying in crude swap which will clear the fuel queues but is hurting the country significantly. The current scarcity is because the FG cannot afford to keep playing the old game (you know what the crude price is) of accomodating rent seekers.

Things are readjusting. Dr. Kachikwu has promised by the end of May or so, there will be respite and this is coming from projects to get the refineries in proper function. The FG is more long term focused now. It takes political will and vision to achieve those.

My only gripe with the FG is the price fixing in the the downstream sector. They could have totally removed subsidy and let marketers do their thing with market forces determining prices of petroleum products. With that said, we don't see what they see.

I believe that with the 3 refineries fully functional by next month and reliable crude supply lines , full deregulation will follow suite. This is what successive last governments have been unable to achieve.
[/b]
Keep lying to yourself and zombies who care to read.

I don't expect anything other thing from you, Government of "we will".

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by LRNZH(m): 7:04pm On Apr 24, 2016
SeverusSnape:

Keep lying to yourself and zombies who care to read.

I don't expect anything other thing from you, Government of "we will".

The underground supply pipeline is already commissioned. 'It is' not 'It will'.
Wake up and smell the coffee my friend.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by Nobody: 7:05pm On Apr 24, 2016
sanandreas:
"Igbe nor dey dance juju wen dem nor go throwaway powder". Hahaha if you know what that means
grin grin
Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by Nobody: 7:07pm On Apr 24, 2016
Another Zombie propaganda thread



you don manage buy fuel come online today, we no go hear word undecided


stupid government, fooolish followers

when your ready to die come and preach this epistle of yours in these 5Am fuel queue , you will know that death no far angry angry

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by SeverusSnape(m): 7:08pm On Apr 24, 2016
LRNZH:


The underground supply pipeline is already commissioned. 'It is' not 'It will'.
Wake up and smell the coffee my friend.
You said in your previous post, That three refineries will be functional by next month, how many times have this government of propaganda said such??... Full deregulation will follow suit, Right??... Keep dreaming, The dullard will surprise you - Negatively.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by SeverusSnape(m): 7:09pm On Apr 24, 2016
Anticorruption:
Another Zombie propaganda thread



you don manage buy fuel come online today, we no go hear word undecided


stupid government, fooolish followers
You dey mind them. Let them keep feeding their zombies with lies and propaganda. That's what they live on.

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by Nobody: 7:12pm On Apr 24, 2016
SeverusSnape:

You dey mind them. Let them keep feeding their zombies with lies and propaganda. That's what they live on.

the op and his lot are those set of people who carry their useless propaganda pix all over the net to make this dead govt seem like its working, a govt that is so confused that they dont even know what they are doing. and he expects someone to come here and debate with him, debate about what?
a failed Government or an illiterate President who is learning on the job, thats if he is learning at all undecided

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Re: Fuel Crisis: New Underground Crude Supply Line, A Sign Of Change In Progress by SeverusSnape(m): 7:15pm On Apr 24, 2016
Anticorruption:


the op and his lot are those set of people who carry their useless propaganda pix all over the net to make this dead govt seem like its working, a govt that is so confused that they dont even know what they are doing. and he expects someone to come here and debate with him, debate about what?
a failed Government or an illiterate President who is learning on the job, thats if he is learning at all undecided
Debating with paid posters is a waste of precious time, Just make your comment and ball out.

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