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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by KenModi(m): 8:59am On May 14, 2016
Nm
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by lielbree: 9:00am On May 14, 2016
cheesy
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by hresso: 9:00am On May 14, 2016
They are confused
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by KenModi(m): 9:02am On May 14, 2016
Hmmm....this government needs to make an official statement about the subsidy matter.

Buhari please address the nation, October 1st is still far off.
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Dahveydson(m): 9:04am On May 14, 2016
Hengineer:


[size=14pt]What exactly is it with Vanguard and distortion of information?.... How do the words of the VP above translate into this title Vanguard has just published?[/size]

These guys at Vanguard have proven and re-proven themselves to be anarchists knowing that Nigerians only read titles before airing their opinions. Meanwhile these exact same words by the VP were reported by almost every other media house (including Vanguard) in the past 3 days, but fast-forward to Saturday, Vanguard now thinks the exact same words deserve a new interpretation and title.

This was the same Vanguard that heard Buhari say in a campaign:
"It is not good for the 1 dollar to exchange at N230"

And the next day Vanguard reports:
"I will make N1 = $1"

Now the VP says subsidy removal isnt the main cause of the hike, but rather, the high exchange rate is responsible since marketers now have to source forex at the parallel market.

But of course, Vanguard has a better interpretation of the above simple statement:
FG Has Not Removed Fuel Subsidy



God bless you.

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by mbaboy(m): 9:07am On May 14, 2016
Lai Mohammed affecting Buhari led government. Everything na lie lie. APC will soon scarra
Monimatic:
[size=13pt]Kai what did we do to deserve this Fraudulent APC Government.
They keep spreading falsehood and propaganda everyday.
The whole fuel subsidy removal is a scam, just watch how things will get worse in the coming weeks, by the time Buhari devalue the Naira next week.

Thunder fire APC with all their lies and deciet.
Thunder fire all APC zombies still supporting this fraudulent Government anti people policies laced with rumors and propaganda.
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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by leelong(m): 9:07am On May 14, 2016
Burger01:
Those IPOB and wailing mourners won't read and understand. Simple explanation is just way above their comprehension capacity... Shioorr! undecided
Mechie onu gi bu Ezi a. You're the one who cannot comprehend d falsehood ur useless A.P.C is spreading. Anuohia!
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by laprince(m): 9:07am On May 14, 2016
This short man self
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by salabscholar01(m): 9:07am On May 14, 2016
hmmmmm
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Nobody: 9:08am On May 14, 2016
Hengineer:


[size=14pt]What exactly is it with Vanguard and distortion of information?.... How do the words of the VP above translate into this title Vanguard has just published?[/size]

These guys at Vanguard have proven and re-proven themselves to be anarchists knowing that Nigerians only read titles before airing their opinions. Meanwhile these exact same words by the VP were reported by almost every other media house (including Vanguard) in the past 3 days, but fast-forward to Saturday, Vanguard now thinks the exact same words deserve a new interpretation and title.

This was the same Vanguard that heard Buhari say in a campaign:
"It is not good for the 1 dollar to exchange at N230"

And the next day Vanguard reports:
"I will make N1 = $1"

Now the VP says subsidy removal isnt the main cause of the hike, but rather, the high exchange rate is responsible since marketers now have to source forex at the parallel market.

But of course, Vanguard has a better interpretation of the above simple statement:
FG Has Not Removed Fuel Subsidy


So we now need an English teacher/ instructor to analyze and teach us whatever the governmet said?
Well if that is the case how come fuel now sell at #145 per liter, ok i got u! It's called deregulation, the fuel marketers source for money on their own and imports sells according to exchange rate.
All i see is a way by which the FG is now using to embazzle our money because they can no longer come up with a figure that they can say is exact amount they are paying as fuel subsidy.

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by olajide8(m): 9:09am On May 14, 2016
If subsidy has not been removed, then why do you have to increase the pump price* sounds more like a mis-normal.

What I understand and have understood for a long while is - their is no foreign exchange to support importation - we get our foreign exchange from the sales of oil, we have a challenge of balance of the 2 of them, and have to reduce export, in-exchange for the local consumption*

All, I know is that my F.g have to come and talk with the people, let us talk about everything- from the wage bills to pricing to every aspect of government. undecided
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Thatitan234(m): 9:10am On May 14, 2016
this vanguard people are quite dumb.... They can't even comprehend a simple statement.

Quack journalism

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Jabioro: 9:11am On May 14, 2016
When you talk too much,you raise confusion ,and when you want to lie,you must be brief !
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by ArmedRobber: 9:14am On May 14, 2016
Vanguard NO 1 enemy of this country.

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Cubeet2: 9:14am On May 14, 2016
This Man is as confused as his Master
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by chimaobinelson(m): 9:14am On May 14, 2016
HIA!! OSIBANJO ABIAKWA NKEYA..SO UNA ARE YET TO REMOVE SUBSIDY AND FUEL IS SOLD N145 ...OH!!! GOD PLEASE SEND ME VISA embarassed

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by naija247: 9:14am On May 14, 2016
#000000
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Thatitan234(m): 9:15am On May 14, 2016
fitzmayowa:


They claim they've removed subsidy yet they are still fixing price...I just tire for the confussion

Don't confuse yourself.
Sometimes its best you read/listen from the government authorities directly.

the FG didn't fix a price, they made a price band of 135-145 I.e no one should sell above 145 naira.

Also, forget what vanguard's headline. they just need cheap crowd.

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by hedgesfun(m): 9:16am On May 14, 2016
kossyablaze:
U r no more confused than I am

You guys need not get confused, in the first place the OP is wrong with the headline, there is no part of the story that says subsidy has not been removed, it only says the main issue about the price template is not basically based on subsidy removal, but based on the fact that the gov't or do I say CBN cannot afford to provide forex for importers, thus they 're asked to seek their forex wherever, bring fuel and sell, but with d condition that whatever you bring including your profit must not be sold above 145naira, thus if you can't get ur own at most 145 naira sales, then don't bother bring in.
I think it's a good idea really, cos to me if am in d opposition I'll just finance some of my peeps, bring in quality fuel and ensure I sell as low as 60naira and start propaganda against this present government.

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by JoeArmsD1(m): 9:18am On May 14, 2016
Oh God, Kindly help us to fast-forward to 2019. This mistake will never repeat itself. A flummoxed entity ran by inept and mediocratic govt. Only with mendacious flummery do they run the country with. Help us Lord!!
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Hengineer: 9:19am On May 14, 2016
chisco82:

So we now need an English teacher/ instructor to analyze and teach us whatever the governmet said?
No you dont need an English teacher or instructor, all you needed to understand the message were your eyes and your brain. And the message I passed was simple, NOWHERE WITHIN THE QUOTED STATEMENT OF THE VP DID IT SAY THAT FUEL SUBSIDY HAS NOT BEEN REMOVED. Vanguard just came up with the stupid title either because their journalist who reported the story and their editors are daft or because they intentionally want to create confusion.

The only reason Vanguard would come up with such obviously dubious report is because they knows there are a lot of Nigerians out there who even though they have primary education, are too intellectually lazy to deploy their basic reading and comprehension skills to spot the trick.

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by kennes10: 9:19am On May 14, 2016
Burger01:
Those IPOB and wailing mourners won't read and understand. Simple explanation is just way above their comprehension capacity... Shioorr! undecided
U rily don't have to mek everythin abt IPOB... since u u literate dat reads nd understands,start thinking like one
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Omooba77: 9:20am On May 14, 2016
Hengineer:


[size=16pt]What exactly is it with Vanguard and distortion of information?.... How do the words of the VP above translate into this title Vanguard has just published?[/size]

These guys at Vanguard have proven and re-proven themselves to be anarchists knowing that Nigerians only read titles before airing their opinions. Meanwhile these exact same words by the VP were reported by almost every other media house (including Vanguard) in the past 3 days, but fast-forward to Saturday, Vanguard now thinks the exact same words deserve a new interpretation and title.

This was the same Vanguard that heard Buhari say in a campaign:
"It is not good for the 1 dollar to exchange at N230"

And the next day Vanguard reports:
"I will make N1 = $1"

Now the VP says subsidy removal isnt the main cause of the hike, but rather, the high exchange rate is responsible since marketers now have to source forex at the parallel market.

But of course, Vanguard has a better interpretation of the above simple statement:
"FG Has Not Removed Fuel Subsidy"

If you read it in your own media,may be your reasoning will be alive

http://www.punchng.com/fuel-price-increase-not-removal-subsidy-osinbajo/


Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by nortcentrallord(m): 9:21am On May 14, 2016
This vp that looks like one of my Aunt's goat in a the village has come with another fake lecture again.

No much left of the subsidy to be removed indeed. That's a pointer for future failure as he will come up latter to say they didn't save much from the subsidy.

If care is not taken, this administration will carry out the most brilliant organized fee fraud in Nigerian history.

I just pray a viable opposition wins the next election so that the books will be open on them too.

Zombies will definitely support this.

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by osita76(m): 9:21am On May 14, 2016
shadelek:


: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/05/fuel-price-hike-fg-not-removed-subsidy-says-vp-osinabjo/
apc is a scam and Nigerians have beginning to feel the impact even the so called pastor is not exempted from the fraud

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Omooba77: 9:22am On May 14, 2016
Hengineer:


[size=16pt]What exactly is it with Vanguard and distortion of information?.... How do the words of the VP above translate into this title Vanguard has just published?[/size]

These guys at Vanguard have proven and re-proven themselves to be anarchists knowing that Nigerians only read titles before airing their opinions. Meanwhile these exact same words by the VP were reported by almost every other media house (including Vanguard) in the past 3 days, but fast-forward to Saturday, Vanguard now thinks the exact same words deserve a new interpretation and title.

This was the same Vanguard that heard Buhari say in a campaign:
"It is not good for the 1 dollar to exchange at N230"

And the next day Vanguard reports:
"I will make N1 = $1"

Now the VP says subsidy removal isnt the main cause of the hike, but rather, the high exchange rate is responsible since marketers now have to source forex at the parallel market.

But of course, Vanguard has a better interpretation of the above simple statement:
"FG Has Not Removed Fuel Subsidy"



If you read it in your own media,may be your reasoning will be alive

http://www.punchng.com/fuel-price-increase-not-removal-subsidy-osinbajo/

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Nobody: 9:22am On May 14, 2016
Hengineer:
No you dont need an English teacher or instructor, all you needed to understand the message were your eyes and your brain. And the message I passed was simple, NOWHERE WITHIN THE QUOTED STATEMENT OF THE VP DID IT SAY THAT FUEL SUBSIDY HAS NOT BEEN REMOVED. Vanguard just came up with the stupid title either because their journalist who reported the story and their editors are daft or because they intentionally want to create confusion.

The only reason Vanguard would come up with such obviously dubious report is because they knows there are a lot of Nigerians out there who even though they have primary education, are too intellectually lazy to deploy their basic reading and comprehension skills to spot the trick.
Plz i need to understand this more, i modifies my previous post can u read it again and enlighten me.
Thanks.
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by 18SNVL: 9:23am On May 14, 2016

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by berrystunn(m): 9:23am On May 14, 2016
Hengineer:


[size=16pt]What exactly is it with Vanguard and distortion of information?.... How do the words of the VP above translate into this title Vanguard has just published?[/size]

These guys at Vanguard have proven and re-proven themselves to be anarchists knowing that Nigerians only read titles before airing their opinions. Meanwhile these exact same words by the VP were reported by almost every other media house (including Vanguard) in the past 3 days, but fast-forward to Saturday, Vanguard now thinks the exact same words deserve a new interpretation and title.

This was the same Vanguard that heard Buhari say in a campaign:
"It is not good for the 1 dollar to exchange at N230"

And the next day Vanguard reports:
"I will make N1 = $1"

Now the VP says subsidy removal isnt the main cause of the hike, but rather, the high exchange rate is responsible since marketers now have to source forex at the parallel market.

But of course, Vanguard has a better interpretation of the above simple statement:
"FG Has Not Removed Fuel Subsidy"



We need to smoke to understand . Like you did.

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Dahveydson(m): 9:24am On May 14, 2016
MaziOmenuko:
Can someone explain in clear terms what the VP is offering.
If the hike is as a result of none access to forex, does it mean that the more dollars rises at the parallel market, the more the price of PMS shoots up? I don't even understand again.

The VP is only saying Nigeria don't have enough dollars to bring in fuel via NNPC anymore, so you and I can bring in fuel now by sourcing our dollars from anywhere. This will ease off pressure from our foreign reserves and NNPC, and also make the product readily available as it is a profitable business.

Also, the govt in a bid to protect the masses, put the maximum price at N145, because people can bring the product and want to sell for as high as N250, but the govt having calculated every cost is saying reasonable profit will still be made at N145, so don't sell above it.

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Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by crazymod: 9:24am On May 14, 2016
shadelek:


: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/05/fuel-price-hike-fg-not-removed-subsidy-says-vp-osinabjo/

Pastor Osumbade grin
Namadi Sambo really said it that you have 5000 churches. I sure you want to open same 5000 govt branches grin
Re: Fuel Subsidy Not Removed - Osinbajo by Hengineer: 9:24am On May 14, 2016
hedgesfun:


You guys need not get confused, in the first place the OP is wrong with the headline, there is no part of the story that says subsidy has not been removed, it only says the main issue about the price template is not basically based on subsidy removal, but based on the fact that the gov't or do I say CBN cannot afford to provide forex for importers, thus they 're asked to seek their forex wherever, bring fuel and sell, but with d condition that whatever you bring including your profit must not be sold above 145naira, thus if you can't get ur own at most 145 naira sales, then don't bother bring in.
I think it's a good idea really, cos to me if am in d opposition I'll just finance some of my peeps, bring in quality fuel and ensure I sell as low as 60naira and start propaganda against this present government.
It's not even the Op's fault, I think the fault os from Vanguard newspaper. I think for obviously political reasons, Vanguard has severally distorted information glaringly. But they know how intellectually lazy Nigerians are to read and comprehend, that's why they still do these little tricks to distort and confuse the public for political reasons.

The first time I noted this trick by Vanguard was in the infamous "I will make N1 = $1" statement which was never made by Buhari. Buhari said "it is not good for a dollar to exchange for N230" but the next day Vanguard reported, "I will make N1 = $1" and up till date, the delibrate falsehood is still stuck on the minds of people.

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