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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Mankosi: 1:36pm On Dec 11, 2018
Olohunjedalo:

Lies from the pit of hell!
Jonathan is a bastard
I am sure ur parents died long time ago if not they would have taught u how to respect ur elders and it's very unfortunate that ur neighbours didn't help out.

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Samunique(m): 1:36pm On Dec 11, 2018
CLIQBOY:
So you're looking for a way to blame Muslims for Fuel scarcity?? grin grin

Just come out straight.

You should even commend MURIC for raising alarm early..

Lastly, it's Nigerian way to make things ridiculously expensive during all festive period
Blame Muslims for what ?

Are they not Nigerians ?

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by helinues: 1:37pm On Dec 11, 2018
Samunique:
No and yes !

No bcs some not all might not be politicians !!!

And YES bcs we play politics with everything in this nation !!!


Now tell me, what are they doing different this year when the elections are near that they didn't last year or before

Because majority of our leaders/politicians do not care about the masses. And at the same time we the masses are also the leaders. How about our Police, Army, Teacher, Pastor, Lecturer, Customs, Immigrations.

Infact , everything about Nigeria have K leg

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:40pm On Dec 11, 2018
CLIQBOY:
So you're looking for a way to blame Muslims for Fuel scarcity?? grin grin

Just come out straight.

You should even commend MURIC for raising alarm early..

Lastly, it's Nigerian way to make things ridiculously expensive during all festive period
He raised a strong point which is religiously and politically motivated. Religiously because it involves Muric, politically because elections are fast approaching. He also said that that same religious body didn't raise same issue last year December but did it this year. Now the question put before you and me is why now? Where were this body last year when many Nigerians were queuing to buy fuel?.

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by CLIQBOY(m): 1:42pm On Dec 11, 2018
Samunique:
Blame Muslims for what ?

Are they not Nigerians ?

Samunique:

Now, take a look at the man who first raised the alarm, MURIC Chairman/President, where was he last year when people had to pay through their nose in order for them to travel for Christmas and new year celebration , while some couldn't even make it due to unaffordable transport fair bcs of fuel scarcity ?


Can you please explain the quoted post for me?

Where was he last year??
Is he the one in charge of petroleum supply??

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Olohunjedalo(m): 1:42pm On Dec 11, 2018
Mankosi:
I am sure ur parents died long time ago if not they would have taught u how to respect ur elders and it's very unfortunate that ur neighbours didn't help out.
Ipob jew .
Cry wella
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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Olohunjedalo(m): 1:43pm On Dec 11, 2018

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by chukwukahenry: 1:43pm On Dec 11, 2018

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by CLIQBOY(m): 1:44pm On Dec 11, 2018
asuustrike1:

He raised a strong point which is religiously and politically motivated. Religiously because it involves Muric, politically because elections are fast approaching. He also said that that same religious body didn't raise same issue last year December but did it this year. Now the question put before you and me is why now? Where were this body last year when many Nigerians were queuing to buy fuel?.
How does it involves MURIC??
Because they raise the alarm??

Do MURIC use water instead of fuel to run their engine??

Won't fuel scarcity affect everyone

I still don't get why we always try to bring religion and tribe into almost everything in this Nigeria..

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Samunique(m): 1:44pm On Dec 11, 2018
Witlee:
Atikulooted would be worse if he were the one there
Wetin consign Atiku for this matta nah
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by iko123: 1:45pm On Dec 11, 2018
It's not yet uhuru
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:46pm On Dec 11, 2018
grin I laugh people with short memory. Election magic.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by GOOOGLE504(m): 1:48pm On Dec 11, 2018
last year I carry 7k enter Moto from Ilorin to Lagos. I con dey wonder wetin I con do for Lag
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Jombom: 1:48pm On Dec 11, 2018
asuustrike1:

That you dislike Jonathan doesn't warrant the insult
Jonathan is bigger than a bastard not a vagabond join together. Where were you when lunatic PDP Igbo supporter insult Buhari ? I hope your brain is not damaged.

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Mankosi: 1:51pm On Dec 11, 2018
Olohunjedalo:

Ipob jew .
Cry wella
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is that u crying? Pls sorry about that. Don't cry again.
I withdraw my statement if that will make u not to cry again.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Kooldon(f): 1:52pm On Dec 11, 2018
When FG suprised me for the first time after I have bought 50litres gallon for fuel hoarding in order to have a wonderful christmas
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Samunique(m): 1:55pm On Dec 11, 2018
CLIQBOY:




Can you please explain the quoted post for me?

Where was he last year??
Is he the one in charge of petroleum supply??
Nigeria is the only country on earth where they use questions to answer questions ?

Now, I ask you the same question again, where was he ( Muric chairman last year ) that he didn't raise such an alarm when people were suffering bcs of fuel crisis ?

And remember, when he raised the alarm, he tried to connect it to 2019 elections. And if he hadn't done so I wouldn't have referred to him in my post .

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 1:58pm On Dec 11, 2018
An average man is selfish. He thinks of himself and by extension his family. When you see a person clamouring for a change, watch it because it might have an ulterior motive behind it. Yes Muric might have raised an alarm concerning shortage of petroleum motor spirit, they did that to avoid scarcity of petrol that lingered for long last year yuletide season.However what op raised is the ulterior motive behind it. According to him, the motive behind this is religiously and politically related. Religiously because it involves a religious body, politically because elections are fast approaching. Just the way CAN were in support of Jonathan is same way Muric is to PMB. Their body language and communication says it all. These religious body ought to advice the government instead of meddling in the affairs of government. A religious leader stands in between the government and the masses and takes no side when certain things are made. In fact they shouldn't endorse any political office holders like we see these days. Their job is basically to correct and rebuke erring politicians that do not perform well not going to Aso rock to share money and snap pictures. It doesn't mean they can't visit state house if the need arise but they must be focus.

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by DonBenny77(m): 2:00pm On Dec 11, 2018
Of course they are man made to extort Christians during Christmas

Buhari/Jubril




Must



Go!
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by chukwukahenry: 2:03pm On Dec 11, 2018
Olohunjedalo:

Cry well well

Come and beat me
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 2:04pm On Dec 11, 2018
Jombom:
Jonathan is bigger than a bastard not a vagabond join together. Where were you when lunatic PDP Igbo supporter insult Buhari ? I hope your brain is not damaged.
Are you OK? Who started the insults if not APC. Didn't APC call Jonathan all manner of names?. If they had tamed their tongue do you think Buhari would have been insulted. Now that you religiously support PMB and hating Jonathan don't you think you need to change your mindset, attitude and perception about political office holders?. It is good to criticize them but insulting them is out of it even APC got tired of the insults and blame game.

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by CLIQBOY(m): 2:04pm On Dec 11, 2018
Samunique:
Nigeria is the only country on earth where they use questions to answer questions ?

Now, I ask you the same question again, where was he ( Muric chairman last year ) that he didn't raise such an alarm when people were suffering bcs of fuel crisis ?

And remember, when he raised the alarm, he tried to connect it to 2019 elections. And if he hadn't done so I wouldn't have referred to him in my post .


Have you heard of rethorical questions??
Why should you be asking where was he??

Where was CAN and why can't they make the alarm?? Or Christmas scarcity does not concern them??

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by GavelSlam: 2:04pm On Dec 11, 2018

Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Misterdhee1(m): 2:04pm On Dec 11, 2018
magoo10:
There is also a reduced number of people using cars this year due to hunger created by buhari.

Na person wey chop belle full go fit afford fuel money.
Yes sure, in your potopoto village.

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Samunique(m): 2:06pm On Dec 11, 2018
Pope22:
OP, you have small brains. People like you are easily deceived. Things are always different during general election period, use your brain.
Take it easy nah, no need of these abuses, you aren't talking to a kid here pls !
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Jombom: 2:07pm On Dec 11, 2018
According to the senseless logic of irredeemable hatefilled PDP Igbo Buhari achieved this because it’s few months to election so he should not be recognized for it but Jonathan that failed to prevent it reoccurrence even close to election should be praised because he was sabotaged by the cabal.

How so many hopeless foolish PDP Igbos reason in this pathetic way is beyond me. This same lunatic will praise an Azikwe that can’t differentiate who holds power btw the president n prime minister in a parliamentary govt.

They will also praise a bastard Cambridge graduate that wasted 3 million of his tribesmen in a senseless war where he was beaten blueblack by an almajiri aboki. When a tribe is powered by chronic irredeemable hate n bigotry what you get is epic failures in the likes of those the Igbos worship.

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 2:08pm On Dec 11, 2018
CLIQBOY:

How does it involves MURIC??
Because they raise the alarm??

Do MURIC use water instead of fuel to run their engine??

Won't fuel scarcity affect everyone

I still don't get why we always try to bring religion and tribe into almost everything in this Nigeria..
The question is where was Muric when scarcity occurred last year?

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