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Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by Beress(f): 4:53pm On Sep 10, 2018
I have been able to observe some of the political happenings so far especially within the Peoples Democratic Party and have come to the conclusion that Atiku remains the best option for PDP to tackle Buhari.

Let's take a glance at some of the key aspirants in PDP:

Atiku Abubaka; Bukola Saraki; Musa Kwankwaso; Sule Lamido; David Mark; Ibrahim Dankwambo; Ahmed Makarfi; among others!

Taking a look at these names, if we really wants to be sincere with ourselves, we all know that out of all them, only two of them can give Buhari a challenge in the core North, and these are Atiku & Kwankwaso... This is a fact that is visible to the blind!

Of course we all know that only the core North can not determine who becomes the next President, that will make us to also take a look at the chances of these aspirants in the South and Middle Belt.

Based on political facts, Atiku; Saraki and probably David Mark will emerge the leading aspirants as far as these parts of the country (that is, South & Middle Belt) are concerned.

From this, Atiku therefore becomes the only candidate that have the most nationwide popularity and acceptance.

More so, of all the PDP aspirants, only Atiku have something to loss if he did not emerge the flag bearer. Why?
The reason is simple, all other aspirants can be given appointments and some go back to the Senate. But Atiku can not stoop so low to accepting any appointment let alone go to the Senate.

With this few words of mine, I believe PDP would do the needful by giving Atiku their ticket as he is the best man for the job!


From Beress
Nairaland Political Analyst and an ardent PDP supporter


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Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by LudaChriz(m): 4:57pm On Sep 10, 2018
I agree with you 100%
Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by Oluwabusobomi(f): 5:02pm On Sep 10, 2018
I strongly believe that the combination of Atiku Abubakar & Peter Obi will chase the lifeless dullard and all their looting agents out of Aso Rock.


I can't wait to see Aba Kayri, Malami, NNPC, NCC and others been probed by another govt

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Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by PeterObi2019(m): 5:04pm On Sep 10, 2018
PDP need to get it right!


We can't allow all these crooks in APC to continue looting us for the next four years
Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by Jombojombo(f): 5:06pm On Sep 10, 2018
The lifeless one must be shown the road the road to Daura
Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by Ndonu101: 5:12pm On Sep 10, 2018
Saraki 2019 #growNigeria

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Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by docadams: 7:36pm On Sep 10, 2018
At the mention of Atiku, INTELS invariably comes to mind, and dubious business practices come to mind

In the beginning
The administrations of Generals Sanni Abacha, Abdulsalami Abubakar and Olusegun Obasanjo and Alhaji Umaru Yar’Adua had previously refused ploys to grant monopoly status to the(INTELS)

However Atiku's Intels had its way under GEJ
"...Minister’s directive was conveyed to the NPA via a letter with reference number T. 0160/8.103/C2/T4/431 dated July 25, 2012 it received from the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja directing it to ensure that all vessels carrying oil and gas related cargoes are made to berth only at Intels terminal. NPA consequently issued circular number EP/AGM/OPTS/034/ dated March 18, 2013 to enforce the order."

Implications of.Intel monopoly
1. it was solely in charge of all shipment cargoes in the oil and gas industry
2. It's charges were about x10 the normal rate

According to Jude, an insider, ..(the) ship(that) would have paid about N25 million for the handling of its cargo at Warri Port but would pay about N267 million for the same service at Intels.

https://www.google.com.ng/amp/shipsandports.com.ng/intels-extends-oil-and-gas-cargo-monopoly-to-warri-lagos/amp/

Intel saga:
We were billed in dollars for services we could have paid for in Naira
As a critical stakeholder, I can, however, tell you from experience that INTELS must have gone too far on its alleged excesses before government could act the way it did.
It is alleged in some quarters that INTELS has been operating beyond its mandate... it is alleged that the firm was charging in dollars for cargoes domiciled in Nigeria
the major lesson here is that there should no longer be special privileges or exclusive agreements.

— Chief Reginald Amadi, Public Relations Officer, Delta/Edo Command Association of Nigerian Licensed Custom Agents
https://www.google.com.ng/amp/s/www.vanguardngr.com/2017/10/intel-saga-billed-dollars-services-paid-naira-amadi/amp/

The storm not yet over

Seaports monopoly: The imminent economic crisis
"The maritime industry is one of the casualties of the former president’s agility at dusk. One of such alleged directives, gleefully carried out by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) ordered LADOL Integrated Free Logistics Zone Enterprise to relocate its $500 million Egina FPSO currently going on in Apapa, Lagos, South-West Nigeria, to Bayelsa State in South-South Nigeria or to any convenient facility in the area.

Now, the only convenient facility that LADOL could possibly relocate its massive Egina Project to, is the Onne/Ikpokiri Free Zone which is exclusively controlled by INTELS.

What this directive connotes then is that LADOL, an INTELS’ competitor, should run its business from INTELS’ facility, under INTELS’ control..."

https://www.google.com.ng/amp/s/www.vanguardngr.com/2015/07/seaports-monopoly-the-imminent-economic-crisis/amp/
Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by uwa1(m): 8:23pm On Sep 10, 2018
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Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by tuniski: 8:31pm On Sep 10, 2018
docadams:
At the mention of Atiku, INTELS invariably comes to mind, and dubious business practices come to mind

Intel saga:
We were billed in dollars for services we could have paid for in Naira
As a critical stakeholder, I can, however, tell you from experience that INTELS must have gone too far on its alleged excesses before government could act the way it did.
It is alleged in some quarters that INTELS has been operating beyond its mandate... it is alleged that the firm was charging in dollars for cargoes domiciled in Nigeria
the major lesson here is that there should no longer be special privileges or exclusive agreements.

— Chief Reginald Amadi, Public Relations Officer, Delta/Edo Command Association of Nigerian Licensed Custom Agents
https://www.google.com.ng/amp/s/www.vanguardngr.com/2017/10/intel-saga-billed-dollars-services-paid-naira-amadi/amp/
That is business and Atikunation loading!
Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by Beress(f): 6:47am On Sep 11, 2018
docadams:
At the mention of Atiku, INTELS invariably comes to mind, and dubious business practices come to mind

In the beginning
The administrations of Generals Sanni Abacha, Abdulsalami Abubakar and Olusegun Obasanjo and Alhaji Umaru Yar’Adua had previously refused ploys to grant monopoly status to the(INTELS)

However Atiku's Intels had its way under GEJ
"...Minister’s directive was conveyed to the NPA via a letter with reference number T. 0160/8.103/C2/T4/431 dated July 25, 2012 it received from the Federal Ministry of Transport, Abuja directing it to ensure that all vessels carrying oil and gas related cargoes are made to berth only at Intels terminal. NPA consequently issued circular number EP/AGM/OPTS/034/ dated March 18, 2013 to enforce the order."

Implications of.Intel monopoly
1. it was solely in charge of all shipment cargoes in the oil and gas industry
2. It's charges were about x10 the normal rate

According to Jude, an insider, ..(the) ship(that) would have paid about N25 million for the handling of its cargo at Warri Port but would pay about N267 million for the same service at Intels.

https://www.google.com.ng/amp/shipsandports.com.ng/intels-extends-oil-and-gas-cargo-monopoly-to-warri-lagos/amp/

Intel saga:
We were billed in dollars for services we could have paid for in Naira
As a critical stakeholder, I can, however, tell you from experience that INTELS must have gone too far on its alleged excesses before government could act the way it did.
It is alleged in some quarters that INTELS has been operating beyond its mandate... it is alleged that the firm was charging in dollars for cargoes domiciled in Nigeria
the major lesson here is that there should no longer be special privileges or exclusive agreements.

— Chief Reginald Amadi, Public Relations Officer, Delta/Edo Command Association of Nigerian Licensed Custom Agents
https://www.google.com.ng/amp/s/www.vanguardngr.com/2017/10/intel-saga-billed-dollars-services-paid-naira-amadi/amp/

The storm not yet over

Seaports monopoly: The imminent economic crisis
"The maritime industry is one of the casualties of the former president’s agility at dusk. One of such alleged directives, gleefully carried out by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) ordered LADOL Integrated Free Logistics Zone Enterprise to relocate its $500 million Egina FPSO currently going on in Apapa, Lagos, South-West Nigeria, to Bayelsa State in South-South Nigeria or to any convenient facility in the area.

Now, the only convenient facility that LADOL could possibly relocate its massive Egina Project to, is the Onne/Ikpokiri Free Zone which is exclusively controlled by INTELS.

What this directive connotes then is that LADOL, an INTELS’ competitor, should run its business from INTELS’ facility, under INTELS’ control..."

https://www.google.com.ng/amp/s/www.vanguardngr.com/2015/07/seaports-monopoly-the-imminent-economic-crisis/amp/

Zombie can u name any business in Buhari's name?
Re: Atiku Is The Best Man For PDP Ticket by docadams: 7:52am On Sep 11, 2018
Beress:

Zombie can u name any business in Buhari's name?

At least, you saved yourself the headache of defending the reknown OleAtiku. The greatest setback of this singular greedy act of his was that he ran many of his competitors out of business, many of who are Ibos..I don't expect that to bother you because you must hate PMB at all cost. Now to your question
Comparing PMB to Atiku is like comparing commensalism to parasitism.

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