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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by francis247(m): 2:08pm On Dec 11, 2018
Na election things. Power supply has also improved astronomically in this corner. After the elections, things will return back to "normal".
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by CLIQBOY(m): 2:09pm On Dec 11, 2018
asuustrike1:

The question is where was Muric when scarcity occurred last year?
OK. smiley
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 2:09pm 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 there was fuel scarcity last year?
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Olohunjedalo(m): 2:09pm On Dec 11, 2018
chukwukahenry:


Come and beat me
Ipob jew
Keep wailing
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Samunique(m): 2:16pm On Dec 11, 2018
asuustrike1:
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.
Wow !!!

Thank you sir/ma !

You are one of the few who understand the purpose for creating this thread !!!

I wish I could give you a million likes !

Thanks, you have great understanding !

Honestly you do !!!
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by mechanics(m): 2:21pm On Dec 11, 2018
Lolz, Presidency won't take chances for anyone to discredit the govt.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by gtown: 2:35pm On Dec 11, 2018
Olohunjedalo:

Lies from the pit of hell!
Jonathan is a bastard
That guy seems to be under tramol influence. The question is that was there for ones xmas celebration in nigeria during Jonathan regime? A situation where more than half of the country was under boko haram control, with bomb were exploting every second everywhere in the country, who then care with celebrating xmas?

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Samunique(m): 2:36pm On Dec 11, 2018
jamace:
OP, it is not yet time for uhuru. Wait small first. grin
grin
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by ogundeleai(m): 2:42pm On Dec 11, 2018
Not limited to fuel alone even electricity supply has tremendously improves.... We notice this inbetween may and August but they claim that's usual procedure because it was raining seasonal... Since October till now the average power supply especially in Ibadan is between 15-20 hrs per day.. Caveat, am not talking about area with transformer or peculiar supply distribution hiccups..... STATISTICS :Out of Jonathan 6yrs rule, we experience fuel distribution hitches up to 4 December,.. Out of the 3 and half Buhari govt, we only experiences same price only last December... I JUST try to come out with fact and free of political inclination
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by peacebe1815: 2:59pm On Dec 11, 2018
Why are we always expect bad thing in this Country? Now that there is no fuel scarcity must we be publicise it? Is like some people are destined with suffering.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by tosyne2much(m): 3:02pm On Dec 11, 2018
EVILFOREST:
TIME never REACH naaa
Which one be mysterious disappearance.
Wait make Nigeria enter 20th
Baba, fuel scarcity will never happen this year.. E no go happen

Remember election is close.. These clowns will do all they can to ensure it doesn't happen
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by TruthinAction: 3:13pm On Dec 11, 2018
EVILFOREST:
TIME never REACH naaa
Which one be mysterious disappearance.
Wait make Nigeria enter 20th

Just my thought. It's too early to conclude.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Psoul(m): 3:17pm On Dec 11, 2018
President Goodluck Jonathan's administration killed and buried fuel problems/scarcity during Christmas period.
One outstanding achievement of that adminstration.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Omooba77: 3:19pm On Dec 11, 2018
Samunique:
A few weeks ago, the the chairman of MURIC Prof Ishiak Oloyede raised an alarm over "a plan by some people to create an artificial fuel scarcity this December and asked the FG to do all it can in its power to stop it, most especially as the 2019 elections draw near.

If you cast your mind back to what happened last year and year before, about the painful experience the Nigerians passed through due to fuel scarcity and unavailability of cash in banks, which looked like, "a deliberate attempt to frustrate people's movements with Christmas and new year celebration. ( My Opinion Though ).

For some years now this has been the case, we always have if tough most especially, during Christian festive periods.
But I'm surprised that this year, we're almost cruising to the Christmas and new year celebration without any of these itches. Could my assumption up there be right that these problems are man made, and religious-politically motivated ?

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 ?

But this year reverse seems to be the case as Christmas is almost here, no fuel scarcity, no cash shortage in banks, everything seems to be going on smoothly bearing any last minute changes which I doubt bcs of 2019 elections are around the corner.

So Nairalanders, your observations, opinions are welcome.



There was fuel scarcity last year...Only if you are not honest to your self and in the days of GEJ no in December, until sabotage crept in.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/12/fuel-scarcity-persists-nnpc/


[b]This was December 22, 2018
This is even as the Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR, in an unscheduled visit, forced some filling stations hoarding petrol in Lagos, to dispense the product. The filling stations included MRS, Oando, Ascon, Conoil and Mobil at Ebute Metta Baru said: “But we swiftly swung into action by doubling our supply nationwide. At the time the rumour started, we had about 30 day sufficiency. The normal daily supply to the nation is 700 trucks, equaling about 27 million to 30 million litres per day.” The NNPC boss, who was quoted in a statement in Abuja, disclosed that the hike in the product supply became necessary after the current hiccup in fuel supply was noticed a few days back, adding that these measures would ensure that the fuel crisis comes to an end this week. According to the statement, Mr. Maikanti Baru, disclosed this shortly before the signing ceremony of a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, between the Corporation and the Benue State Government on the Agasha-Guma Bio-fuels Projects, in Abuja. The biofuels project is expected to create one million direct and indirect jobs for Nigerians on completion and would also produce about 84 million litres of fuel ethanol annually. The NNPC said that it plans to mobilize to site by the first quarter of 2018. Baru blamed the current fuel crisis on the rumour about a planned increase in the price of petrol, which made some unscrupulous marketers, wanting to cash in on the situation, to suddenly start hoarding products. Baru noted that the NNPC had enough products sufficiency that will last up to 30 days, adding that at least a billion litre petrol laden cargoes were heading to Nigeria shores at the end of December, which would return the country to a 30-day-plus sufficiency. Crude oil sales automation Speaking on the automation of its crude oil sales processes, Group General Manager, Crude Oil Marketing Division of the NNPC, Mr. Mele Kyari, stated that the automation exercise which would be concluded in 2018 had enabled the corporation to achieve an end-to-end monitoring of every barrel of crude oil sold in the country. “Today at a click of a button we can tell you how much crude oil is sold, at what price, who bought it and where it has gone to among others,” he explained.[/b]
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by chukwukahenry: 3:19pm On Dec 11, 2018
Olohunjedalo:

Ipob jew
Keep wailing

Sophisticated m-oron
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by bantudra: 3:20pm On Dec 11, 2018
Samunique:
A few weeks ago, the the chairman of MURIC Prof Ishiak Oloyede raised an alarm over "a plan by some people to create an artificial fuel scarcity this December and asked the FG to do all it can in its power to stop it, most especially as the 2019 elections draw near.

If you cast your mind back to what happened last year and year before, about the painful experience the Nigerians passed through due to fuel scarcity and unavailability of cash in banks, which looked like, "a deliberate attempt to frustrate people's movements with Christmas and new year celebration. ( My Opinion Though ).

For some years now this has been the case, we always have if tough most especially, during Christian festive periods.
But I'm surprised that this year, we're almost cruising to the Christmas and new year celebration without any of these itches. Could my assumption up there be right that these problems are man made, and religious-politically motivated ?

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 ?

But this year reverse seems to be the case as Christmas is almost here, no fuel scarcity, no cash shortage in banks, everything seems to be going on smoothly bearing any last minute changes which I doubt bcs of 2019 elections are around the corner.

So Nairalanders, your observations, opinions are welcome.


and why are you people moving so much around that nasty festivity....??...cant you stay were you are and celebrate that demonic bullshitt....??
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by nothingspoil70: 3:23pm On Dec 11, 2018
Blackfire:
What is fuel ?
Something for drinking
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Corrinthians(m): 3:25pm On Dec 11, 2018
FarahAideed:
There was never fuel scarcity under Jonathan's govt in December til the last December what he was clearly sabotaged
I have a prayer for both of us. I believe you believe what you just typed due to your dangerous hatred for Buhari.

Here is my prayer.

If what you typed regarding scarcity under Jonathan is TRUE, may your life be a bed of roses from this day forward and may mine become a bed of thorns from today forward.

If what you wrote is a LIE, may your life be a bed of thorns henceforth and mine a bed of roses.

Me: AMEN!!

Can I get an Amen from you Sir?



Cc: Buterflyle0, Midolian, CilicMarin, Modath, Shukwuokukobambi.

Please come witness our dearest friend say amen to the consequence of the truth he has spoken.

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by maasoap(m): 3:29pm On Dec 11, 2018
Samunique:
A few weeks ago, the the chairman of MURIC Prof Ishiak Oloyede raised an alarm over "a plan by some people to create an artificial fuel scarcity this December and asked the FG to do all it can in its power to stop it, most especially as the 2019 elections draw near.

If you cast your mind back to what happened last year and year before, about the painful experience the Nigerians passed through due to fuel scarcity and unavailability of cash in banks, which looked like, "a deliberate attempt to frustrate people's movements with Christmas and new year celebration. ( My Opinion Though ).

For some years now this has been the case, we always have if tough most especially, during Christian festive periods.
But I'm surprised that this year, we're almost cruising to the Christmas and new year celebration without any of these itches. Could my assumption up there be right that these problems are man made, and religious-politically motivated ?

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 ?

But this year reverse seems to be the case as Christmas is almost here, no fuel scarcity, no cash shortage in banks, everything seems to be going on smoothly bearing any last minute changes which I doubt bcs of 2019 elections are around the corner.

So Nairalanders, your observations, opinions are welcome.


Silly question.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Samunique(m): 3:30pm On Dec 11, 2018
Omooba77:



There was fuel scarcity last year...Only if you are not honest to your self and in the days of GEJ no in December, until sabotage crept in.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/12/fuel-scarcity-persists-nnpc/


[b]This was December 22, 2018
This is even as the Department of Petroleum Resources, DPR, in an unscheduled visit, forced some filling stations hoarding petrol in Lagos, to dispense the product. The filling stations included MRS, Oando, Ascon, Conoil and Mobil at Ebute Metta Baru said: “But we swiftly swung into action by doubling our supply nationwide. At the time the rumour started, we had about 30 day sufficiency. The normal daily supply to the nation is 700 trucks, equaling about 27 million to 30 million litres per day.” The NNPC boss, who was quoted in a statement in Abuja, disclosed that the hike in the product supply became necessary after the current hiccup in fuel supply was noticed a few days back, adding that these measures would ensure that the fuel crisis comes to an end this week. According to the statement, Mr. Maikanti Baru, disclosed this shortly before the signing ceremony of a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, between the Corporation and the Benue State Government on the Agasha-Guma Bio-fuels Projects, in Abuja. The biofuels project is expected to create one million direct and indirect jobs for Nigerians on completion and would also produce about 84 million litres of fuel ethanol annually. The NNPC said that it plans to mobilize to site by the first quarter of 2018. Baru blamed the current fuel crisis on the rumour about a planned increase in the price of petrol, which made some unscrupulous marketers, wanting to cash in on the situation, to suddenly start hoarding products. Baru noted that the NNPC had enough products sufficiency that will last up to 30 days, adding that at least a billion litre petrol laden cargoes were heading to Nigeria shores at the end of December, which would return the country to a 30-day-plus sufficiency. Crude oil sales automation Speaking on the automation of its crude oil sales processes, Group General Manager, Crude Oil Marketing Division of the NNPC, Mr. Mele Kyari, stated that the automation exercise which would be concluded in 2018 had enabled the corporation to achieve an end-to-end monitoring of every barrel of crude oil sold in the country. “Today at a click of a button we can tell you how much crude oil is sold, at what price, who bought it and where it has gone to among others,” he explained.[/b]

There was fuel scarcity last year...Only if you are not honest to your self and
in the days of GEJ no in December, until sabotage crept in.

We're almost saying same thing here !

What's your point ?
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Olohunjedalo(m): 3:31pm On Dec 11, 2018
chukwukahenry:


Sophisticated m-oron
Mynd44 where are you ?
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 3:33pm On Dec 11, 2018
all these things are politically inclined
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Samunique(m): 3:34pm On Dec 11, 2018
bantudra:


and why are you people moving so much around that nasty festivity....??...cant you stay were you are and celebrate that demonic bullshitt....??
F00L !!! undecided

Bigoted soul !!!
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Witlee(m): 3:34pm On Dec 11, 2018
asuustrike1:

Wasn't it worst last year? undecided
At least we still saw a little fuel unlike when Atikulooted was vice president
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by bantudra: 3:38pm On Dec 11, 2018
Samunique:
F00L !!! undecided

Bigoted soul !!!

stay where you are and celebrate that demonic bullcrap....spare us this yearly madness....
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by CilicMarin: 3:40pm On Dec 11, 2018
Corrinthians:
I have a prayer for both of us. I believe you believe what you just typed due to your dangerous hatred for Buhari.

Here is my prayer.

If what you typed regarding scarcity under Jonathan is TRUE, may your life be a bed of roses from this day forward and may mine become a bed of thorns from today forward.

If what you wrote is a LIE, may your life be a bed of thorns henceforth and mine a bed of roses.

Me: AMEN!!

Can I get an Amen from you Sir?



Cc: Buterflyle0, Midolian, CilicMarin, Modath.

Please come witness our dearest friend say amen to the consequence of the truth he has spoken.

That guy, Paul, is defecient in honesty.. angry

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Nashirushekoni(m): 3:42pm On Dec 11, 2018
[quote author=FarahAideed post=73748251]There was never fuel scarcity under Jonathan's govt in December til the last December what he was clearly sabotaged [/quote

Almost every December since obasanjo resumed office but Jonathan regime was very worst I can remember January 1st 2013 masses wouldn't forgive Jonathan. ]
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Nobody: 3:50pm On Dec 11, 2018
Witlee:

At least we still saw a little fuel unlike when Atikulooted was vice president
I didn't see fuel to buy to power my generator. The luck I had was that the electricity company were lenient to us. Come to think of it during the alleged atikuloot's era, things were cheap compare to now.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by DeRay98(m): 4:07pm On Dec 11, 2018
FarahAideed:
There was never fuel scarcity under Jonathan's govt in December til the last December what he was clearly sabotaged


LIAR!!!
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Witlee(m): 4:11pm On Dec 11, 2018
asuustrike1:

I didn't see fuel to buy to power my generator. The luck I had was that the electricity company were lenient to us. Come to think of it during the alleged atikuloot's era, things were cheap compare to now.


Was the price per oil barrel the same compared to now? Or was your atikullooted vice president with that otaaa th**f able to provide good jobs, electricity, good roads with the price of oil by that time, diversifying the economy would havebeen pretty better by then compred to now, so chill bro, this government, though not doing things to the taste of nigerians are doing a bit well with the situation surrounding Nigeria now courtesy of atikulooted
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by farem: 4:22pm On Dec 11, 2018
Samunique:
Just for elections sake ?

And after the elections, the struggle continues !!! undecided

God will judge our politheifcians !!!

Wailers have developed thick skin to reasoning, development and reality. Did you just say "And after the elections, the struggle continues"?
Tell me what happened 2 or 3 Christmas seasons ago vis a vis petroleum supply.

Give it to buhari (you don't have to be a apc person to know that) yuletide season fuel scarcity has been defeated.

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