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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Odekina15(m): 4:49pm On Dec 11, 2018
Hmmm...
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by ibietela2(m): 4:53pm On Dec 11, 2018
It's too early na
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by ellainale98: 5:12pm On Dec 11, 2018
Fuel scarcity has always been a man made problem of this country created by successive governments in collaboration with marketers.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by kremzo: 5:19pm On Dec 11, 2018
We enjoyed fuel scarcity free chrismas all through Goodluck's
regime
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.

Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Samunique(m): 6:29pm On Dec 11, 2018
kremzo:
We enjoyed fuel scarcity free chrismas all through Goodluck's
regime
Yes, I was referring to the last 3yrs, most especially last year December.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by midolian(m): 6:37pm 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: Buterflyl.e0, Midoli.an, CilicMar.in, Modat.h.

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

That guy is gradually becoming mad! Buhari's achievement by the day makes life miserable for him

@ d emboldened...if he says Amen, he LL be inviting more thorns to his oredi thorny life cheesy grin cheesy cheesy

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by chukwukahenry: 6:39pm On Dec 11, 2018
Olohunjedalo:

where are you ?

Why are you bleeding?
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by Corrinthians(m): 6:45pm On Dec 11, 2018
midolian:


That guy is gradually becoming mad! Buhari's achievement by the day makes life miserable for him

@ d emboldene...if he says Amen, he LL be inviting more thorns to his oredi thorny life cheesy grin cheesy cheesy

It has been over two hours since I posted that. The confident wailer has absconded from his own post.

Dude is such a miserable fellow.

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by midolian(m): 6:48pm On Dec 11, 2018
Corrinthians:
It has been over two hours since I posted that. The confident wailer has absconded from his own post.

Dude is such a miserable fellow.
Hahahaha.. cheesy cheesy cheesy

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Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by kenny2u(m): 7:49pm On Dec 11, 2018
If I hear' when February is already here.
Re: Christmas: The Mysterious Disappearance Of Usual December Fuel Scarcity by 7lives: 7:53pm On Dec 11, 2018
Corrinthians:
It has been over two hours since I posted that. The confident wailer has absconded from his own post.

Dude is such a miserable fellow.

The guy knows that God will DEFINITELY answer by fire, that's why he fled.
The petrol I bought in December 2014 was a black market right inside the filling station, at the rate of #2500 for four litre.
Upon this we still had to beg to buy the fuel and there people died at the filling station that day, may such situation never arise in this country again.

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