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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by shachris02: 7:32am On Jan 24
MANNABBQGRILLS:


We BELIEVE in you guys to do the right thing ALWAYS!
Let us make our country work again.

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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by ednut1(m): 7:42am On Jan 24
Mrpojj:


Niger na ur country?
Why don't we jus do the right thing for once
SMH so countries dont collaborate in this kinds deals or what
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by mfm04622: 7:46am On Jan 24
deboysben:
Tell us something new

Why building a refinery in a barren State
If you had taken your time to read and understand the write up, you won't ask this question
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by Blazebond: 7:47am On Jan 24
No president can match this president in nepotism,this man values his northern and arab brothers in niger and chad than nigerians in the south,i feel very sorry for people that support this guy, i am sorry for them,a patriotic president will never ever do this,this man serves and pleases only the core north,to hell with him and his presidency, it is time for NIGERIA to break up,the only reason why he didnt choose to site the refinery in area's that have crude inside nigeria is because such places only exist far from HIS beloved North, i sorry for all those southern sai buharist,nobody foolish pass them.

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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by mfm04622: 7:51am On Jan 24
Racoon:
And what is a refinery doing in Kastina in the first place even if there is oil in nearby Niger Republic? Of what economic benefit if no the nepotism and crave not to divert from the dependance on oil-economy? Buhari is still a failure.

Kaduna refinery can't work most of the time because Nigerians destroy the pipeline! This pipeline will be short, so easily monitored, remove our dependence on Niger Delta crude for local consumption, reduce our dependence on importation of petroleum products, create investment, create employments, etc.
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by Mrpojj(m): 7:56am On Jan 24
ednut1:
SMH so countries dont collaborate in this kinds deals or what

Oya see where the collaboration they lead
Should all this not be finalised b4 they even start ?

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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by StaffofOrayan(m): 7:57am On Jan 24
With Boko Haram in the North??
With all the funds wasted on searching for oil in the North? And the youths are at home from ASUU strike hehehe all of una dey mad

mfm04622:


Kaduna refinery can't work most of the time because Nigerians destroy the pipeline! This pipeline will be short, so easily monitored, remove our dependence on Niger Delta crude for local consumption, reduce our dependence on importation of petroleum products, create investment, create employments, etc.

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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by layzie: 7:59am On Jan 24
Can someone explain to me why we are begging China to commit to supply their stake in Niger oil to us when we have more oil than Niger and China combined x 100. What kind of investment decision is siting a refinery in a part of your country without oil and then begging another country whose reserve is not up to a 100th of yours to supply u?? If China agrees today and reneges tomorrow what happens?

There are at least 20 more viable cities to site this project than the President's home state

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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by Tetehjewels: 7:59am On Jan 24
Freeman59:
Why build a refinery in Katsina¤¤¤

Reading wouldn't kill you would it?
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by Tetehjewels: 8:00am On Jan 24
Electricboy:
a refinery in a place where there is no oil am sure the money meant for it has been embezzled..my country my president....buhari is truly a dullhard , a hero to afonjas (yorubats) and to ass licking almajiris...

You are obviously one of the mentally depreciated youth we are talking about
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by Tetehjewels: 8:02am On Jan 24
Racoon:
And what is a refinery doing in Kastina in the first place even if there is oil in nearby Niger Republic? Of what economic benefit if no the nepotism and crave not to divert from the dependance on oil-economy? Buhari is still a failure.

The Katsina refinery is a private venture and Niger republic is involved in the deal
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by Tetehjewels: 8:03am On Jan 24
PurestBoy:
Liars, if the oil belong to Niger why not let them construct their refinery? Have we been able to successfully managed the refineries in Nigeria?

Its a privately owned refinery. A lot of you lack the ability to read
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by Tetehjewels: 8:04am On Jan 24
Mrpojj:


Niger na ur country?
Why don't we jus do the right thing for once

The refinery is a private venture. Learn to read
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by mfm04622: 8:04am On Jan 24
[quote author=StaffofOrayan post=75056337]With Boko Hara
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by Tetehjewels: 8:04am On Jan 24
PerfectlyPerfect:
Government of the North, by the North and for the North.
Refinery in port Harcourt and warri are not functional and they're planning to build another one in an area without oil.
Zombies won't see anything wrong with this because they're programmed to keep shouting Sai Baba

A private venture and a privately owned refinery. Government money is not involved.
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by PurestBoy(m): 8:12am On Jan 24
Tetehjewels:


Its a privately owned refinery. A lot of you lack the ability to read

Privately owned by who?

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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by Tetehjewels: 8:17am On Jan 24
PurestBoy:


Privately owned by who?

Google is always there to help you before you say I lied with the answer I should have given you
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by ITbomb(m): 8:25am On Jan 24
As in China get 80% stake for oil in Niger while the country wey the oil dey come get only 20%.

Who cursed Africa with clueless leadership

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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by SalamRushdie: 9:00am On Jan 24
of course the Chinese will stall and stall till Buhari is out ..
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by 2RUTHHURTS(m): 9:03am On Jan 24
ednut1:
there is oil in Nearby Niger .
is Niger a Nigerian state?
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by baralatie(m): 9:24am On Jan 24
i am just laughing at the whole story.fg ask china to dump Benin republic and build refinery in Nigeria with pipeline when it realizes that Kaduna refinery(which is redundant) can not process nigerien crude
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by baralatie(m): 9:25am On Jan 24
ITbomb:
As in China get 80% stake for oil in Niger while the country wey the oil dey come get only 20%.

Who cursed Africa with clueless leadership
china don't chop na
Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by obi58: 9:43am On Jan 24
mfm04622:


Kaduna refinery can't work most of the time because Nigerians destroy the pipeline! This pipeline will be short, so easily monitored, remove our dependence on Niger Delta crude for local consumption, reduce our dependence on importation of petroleum products, create investment, create employments, etc.

What a foolish response!

So since the government cannot secure it's pipelines, it's better to abandon our oil reserves and established refining capacity to go and spend taxpayers funds to set up a refinery dependent on oil from Niger which is 80% controlled by China? Even to you does that make sense?

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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by jomonic(m): 9:47am On Jan 24
These northerners keep meeting stumbling blocks on their trips to achieve their selfish aims. I don't have a problem with the bilateral corporation with Niger on oil and gas. But it is best for us to exhaust our own potentials at the minimum cost. What is wrong with getting our refineries to work or build modern refineries in the Niger delta and distribute refined petroleum via pipelines to other parts of Nigeria. This vision to have permanent oil supply in the north can be fulfilled within our borders to the benefit of all Nigerian people. More refineries, more pipeline projects, abundance of refined petroleum products, more people will be employed. But the people in charge do not have this interest. Their main interest is their own region. Very sad.

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Re: Why Construction Of Katsina Refinery Stalled by jomonic(m): 9:49am On Jan 24
Blazebond:
No president can match this president in nepotism,this man values his northern and arab brothers in niger and chad than nigerians in the south,i feel very sorry for people that support this guy, i am sorry for them,a patriotic president will never ever do this,this man serves and pleases only the core north,to hell with him and his presidency, it is time for NIGERIA to break up,the only reason why he didnt choose to site the refinery in area's that have crude inside nigeria is because such places only exist far from HIS beloved North, i sorry for all those southern sai buharist,nobody foolish pass them.

extremely foolish people.

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