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Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by HumphreyGspot(m): 11:01am On Jan 08
The United Nations says Nigeria lost an estimated 2 . 8 billion dollars in revenues in 2018 , mainly due to oil -related crimes .

This is according to a new ‘ Report by the Secretary - General on the activities of the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel ’ on Monday in New York.

The report , which covered from July 1 , 2018 to December 31 , 2018, said “ Maritime crime and piracy off the coast of West Africa continued to pose a threat to peace , security and development in the region .

“ Oil - related crimes resulted in the loss of nearly 2 . 8 billion dollars in revenues last year in Nigeria, according to government figures .

“ Between January 1 and November 23 , there were 82 reported incidents of maritime crime and piracy in the Gulf of Guinea . ’’

The report also noted that compared to the situation reflected in the previous report , there was an increase in drug trafficking throughout West Africa and the Sahel .

“ In Benin , the Gambia and Nigeria, more than 50 kilogrammes of cocaine were seized between July and October by joint airport interdiction task forces .

“ During the same period, joint airport interdiction task forces seized more than six kilogrammes of methamphetamines, eight kilogramme of heroin ( double the amount in the first half of 2018 ) and 2 .6 tonnes of cannabis .

“ Drug production across the region was also reportedly on the rise , with more than 100 kilogrammes of ephedrine and phenacetin seized by competent authorities , ’’ the report said .

During the reporting period , it said that conflicts between farmers and herders resulted in loss of lives , destruction of livelihoods and property , population displacements and human rights violations and abuses .



Gist from HgsMediaPlus: https://www.hgsmediaplus.com.ng/2019/01/nigeria-lost-28bn-to-oil-related-crimes.html?m=1
Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by filleSouriante(f): 11:44am On Jan 08
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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by sotall(m): 11:44am On Jan 08
And Mr integrity who neither read nor hears anybody due to his ear problem wants to come back in 2019



Straight to Duara next month

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by MANNABBQGRILLS: 11:44am On Jan 08
The report , which covered from July 1 , 2018 to December 31 , 2018, said “ Maritime crime and piracy off the coast of West Africa continued to pose a threat to peace , security and development in the region

Our Naval officers should sit tight and cover all loopholes.
Peace and good governance is what we want in our nation henceforth.

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by adecz: 11:45am On Jan 08
shocked shocked


Oga Integrity & anti corruption
how far??

Every negative thing is increasing
under his watch, including official
telling of lies.

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by MANNABBQGRILLS: 11:48am On Jan 08
filleSouriante:
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CONGRATULATIONS wink
So happy for you!
filleSouriante:
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Modified---- dedicated to @MANNABBQGRILLS grin
Awwwwww, thanks dearie.
Appreciate Chouchou!

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by LZAA: 11:49am On Jan 08
Na d one wey dm record oh
The ones wey dm dn divert to ghana and niger no follow o
If u know u know
Cc immhotep velocity25 sarrki imperialyoruba

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by technicallyrich(m): 11:50am On Jan 08
How do ss and se people selling their givin natural resources a crime.
The same way the sea port can only be in lagos.
But the more those ugly scratch face back stab and betray the more lagos becomes a no mans land.

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by LZAA: 11:50am On Jan 08
MANNABBQGRILLS:

Our Naval officers should sit tight and cover all loopholes.
Peace and good governance is what we want in our nation henceforth.

Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by greatface(m): 11:50am On Jan 08
grin

I thought with mr integrity on the helm of affairs, all we should be hearing is nigeria gains $2.8 billion by preventing oil related crimes.

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by kokosin: 11:52am On Jan 08
MANNABBQGRILLS:

Our Naval officers should sit tight and cover all loopholes.
Peace and good governance is what we want in our nation henceforth.
u
ur saviour is never at fault..that's really a sign of depression..if only brainy pple like us knows dat u dey mock buhari

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by Rapuru14: 11:52am On Jan 08
It must be a foreign body...

It may surprise you to know that no Nigerian government body has such statistic
Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by ArmaniUhuru: 11:56am On Jan 08
Buhari's Wife, Aisha said he is incompetent and cabal is controlling his government, you saw the video.

Here is another AUDIO RECORDING of DG of Buhari's Campaign, Rotimi Amaechi saying he is "an ignoramus who neither takes advice nor reads to acquire information."

You have a choice to get Nigeria working again.
Vote AtiKu

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by espn(m): 12:06pm On Jan 08
Some set of people enriched themselves with 2.8 billion dollars..No wahala No wahala..our time dey come...

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by BelovedofLord: 12:18pm On Jan 08
IS NIGERIA NOW A HOUSE OF TRAGIC COMEDY

It's so very disheartening, that this kind of trash could take place in the 21st century in a contraption called Nigeria.


Whilst, younger nations around the World are making meaningful impact in growing their economy and bettering the lot of their citizens, we are here burying our own, day in day out, as if burying was the sole responsibility of the Government!


Wherever anyone that had a hand in the bringing together of these diverse ethnic Nationalities to form the contraption called Nigeria are, let the good Lord Yeshua, pay them their deserved wages!




Anyway, the new dawn is just moments away.





And, mind you I'm not talking about any event of February.



Do think about it.




Shalom.
Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by nairaman66(m): 12:18pm On Jan 08
Nigeria is bleeped!!!
Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by SalamRushdie: 12:18pm On Jan 08
Everything thing under the senile Dullard is getting worse and yet some heartless people want him to continue

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by namio10: 12:24pm On Jan 08
HumphreyGspot:
The United Nations says Nigeria lost an estimated 2 . 8 billion dollars in revenues in 2018 , mainly due to oil -related crimes .

This is according to a new ‘ Report by the Secretary - General on the activities of the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel ’ on Monday in New York.

The report , which covered from July 1 , 2018 to December 31 , 2018, said “ Maritime crime and piracy off the coast of West Africa continued to pose a threat to peace , security and development in the region .

“ Oil - related crimes resulted in the loss of nearly 2 . 8 billion dollars in revenues last year in Nigeria, according to government figures .

“ Between January 1 and November 23 , there were 82 reported incidents of maritime crime and piracy in the Gulf of Guinea . ’’

The report also noted that compared to the situation reflected in the previous report , there was an increase in drug trafficking throughout West Africa and the Sahel .

“ In Benin , the Gambia and Nigeria, more than 50 kilogrammes of cocaine were seized between July and October by joint airport interdiction task forces .

“ During the same period, joint airport interdiction task forces seized more than six kilogrammes of methamphetamines, eight kilogramme of heroin ( double the amount in the first half of 2018 ) and 2 .6 tonnes of cannabis .

“ Drug production across the region was also reportedly on the rise , with more than 100 kilogrammes of ephedrine and phenacetin seized by competent authorities , ’’ the report said .

During the reporting period , it said that conflicts between farmers and herders resulted in loss of lives , destruction of livelihoods and property , population displacements and human rights violations and abuses .



Gist from HgsMediaPlus: https://www.hgsmediaplus.com.ng/2019/01/nigeria-lost-28bn-to-oil-related-crimes.html?m=1



Zombies will tell the UN that PDP were responsible for the huge loss.

Has VP Osinbajo heard this?

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by ezkimow(m): 12:35pm On Jan 08
In just six months?, hmm sai baba indeed....

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by ZombieTAMER: 12:35pm On Jan 08
Last year alone


And some fools are chanting sai barber

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by Splasshhh(f): 12:45pm On Jan 08
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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by Ugosample(m): 12:54pm On Jan 08
BelovedofLord:

IS NIGERIA NOW A HOUSE OF TRAGIC COMEDY

It's so very disheartening, that this kind of trash could take place in the 21st century in a contraption called Nigeria.


Whilst, younger nations around the World are making meaningful impact in growing their economy and bettering the lot of their citizens, we are here burying our own, day in day out, as if burying was the sole responsibility of the Government!


Wherever anyone that had a hand in the bringing together of these diverse ethnic Nationalities to form the contraption called Nigeria are, let the good Lord Yeshua, pay them their deserved wages!




Anyway, the new dawn is just moments away.





And, mind you I'm not talking about any event of February.



Do think about it.




Shalom.


it's not about the "diversity"

these country has so so many barbaric, uncivilized and unexposed people across
Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by Sabawaleklazik(m): 1:56pm On Jan 08
mmmh
Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by remedick: 2:06pm On Jan 08
Countries are moving away from oil and we are still stuck to the black gold.


shocked shocked shocked shocked
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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by cobsol(m): 3:42pm On Jan 08
LZAA:


Ode
Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by filleSouriante(f): 10:39pm On Jan 08
MANNABBQGRILLS:

CONGRATULATIONS wink
So happy for you!

Thanks. I have dedicated my FTC to you grin

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Re: Nigeria Lost $2.8bn To Oil-related Crimes In 2018 —UN Report by MANNABBQGRILLS: 11:21pm On Jan 08
filleSouriante:


Thanks. I have dedicated my FTC to you grin
Lol cheesy.
We dedicate all our love here to you too dearest Chouchou! kiss

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