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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by tj2018: 11:25am On Mar 06
Dominickk:

Tell them
lies
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by Patdedon(m): 11:28am On Mar 06
Please go and do a proper research before you come here to say what you have no idea about.

theoldpretender:


1.What was the level of fuel consumption between 2011 and now. If fuel consumption was static, I would have given you some kudos..

2.Part of the trillions Bubu paid included left over debts from the previous administration.

3.The reason why we had the debts was because subsidy is unsustainable.

4.In 2012,GEJ, seeing the comming increases in subsidy spending, tried to remove subsidy by increasing prices to 140. Nigerians unwisely said no, and thus we ended up with the trillions under Bubu.

5.Bubu is still paying subsidy because if he followed GEJ and removed it completely, fuel will retail for 250 and above. Long term, investment increases and the price comes down via competition which is what GEJ was envisioning, but short term, it would hit Nigerians in their pocket, leading to APC being kicked out of power. (some people voted out PDP for raising prices from 65 to 97 naira.

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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by NOETHNICITY(m): 11:35am On Mar 06
frankson1:


I didn't read through after seeing one Okafor.
Lol una no go use laugh kee person for Nairaland
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by theoldpretender(m): 11:38am On Mar 06
Patdedon:
Please go and do a proper research before you come here to say what you have no idea about.


I stand by my comment.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by lagdmark(m): 11:39am On Mar 06
NOETHNICITY:
UK ur opinion is irrelevant
The truth hurts you
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by israelmao(m): 11:40am On Mar 06
If you mix emotion with public service what you will get is private or selfish service.Though we need passion to forge ahead and accomplish every task but we must realise or identify quickly when passion is driving us toward serving self rather than general public.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by amazon14: 11:42am On Mar 06
Moreoffaith:
How we fight corruption in Nigeria.

Una no go kill person for Nairaland. Chaii laff wan kii me
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by itu404(m): 11:43am On Mar 06
theoldpretender:
Basically the report says that if efcc, code if conduct, ICPC ET Al work together, or coordinate together... the fight against corruption will go on better

Before 9/11, in the USA, the FBI, CIA, etc were each off doing their thing, and that is how they missed catching the Sept 11 bombers. Lessons learned led to the establishment of the US Department of Homeland Security to coordinate all the activities of these agencies.

Time we established a similar organization for the Corruption fight. EFCc, ICPC, Ccbb should be under a Ministry of Anti Corruption Activities or just under the Ministry of Internal Affairs
thanks so much. let them continue thier hypocrisy trying to discredit the new administration before taking off. no one is mentioning the amount the efcc has pulled in because it foes nor suit them. the enemies of the country are so frustrated that the people has taken back what belongs to them and kicked out the so called cabals. more will come and we will hear more.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by jinco5050: 11:46am On Mar 06
Moreoffaith:
How we fight corruption in Nigeria.
. Na so it be, We have the most corrupt President and he was claiming to be Mr. Integrity while he was corrupt and also dinning with corrupt people around him.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by SmileXtraone: 11:47am On Mar 06
Pascopele:
When fuel subsidy cost N600billion at 87naira per litre,it was corruption. Now, it's N2.95trillion at 145naira per litre there's no corruption. No protest, no outrage. Truth is, the Buhari effect on Nigerians is no longer ordinary, it is now spiritual!!!


Jonathan:
Petrol - #87 per Ltr.
Subsidy - #600 Billion
Nigerians - GEJ is a thief. GEJ MUST go!

Buhari:
Petrol - #145 per Ltr.
Subsidy - #2.95 Trillion
Nigerians - Buhari has integrity.
He's a honest man. He's fighting corruption.

Our Mumu is on "Microwave Mode" . e dey hot
Perception is very important in life. I learnt the hard way. Once people perceive a person as corrupt whether or not it is true they will always see you that way. Same way if they perceive you as not corrupt. In esense protect and guard your positive reputation as much as possible.

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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by allisso: 11:49am On Mar 06
gather here if you don't have time to read that poo

we all know there was never any war against corruption but opposition
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by saintaustine(m): 12:09pm On Mar 06
Nigeria and duplication of Agencies.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by jaxxy(m): 12:12pm On Mar 06
orion7:
not efcc. but buhari



buhari is the one frustrating the war against corruption


Apc uk won’t react to this bt when obasanjo enters the uk they become monitoring spirits. Lol

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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by MacLovington(m): 12:17pm On Mar 06
Pascopele:
When fuel subsidy cost N600billion at 87naira per litre,it was corruption. Now, it's N2.95trillion at 145naira per litre there's no corruption. No protest, no outrage. Truth is, the Buhari effect on Nigerians is no longer ordinary, it is now spiritual!!!


Jonathan:
Petrol - #87 per Ltr.
Subsidy - #600 Billion
Nigerians - GEJ is a thief. GEJ MUST go!

Buhari:
Petrol - #145 per Ltr.
Subsidy - #2.95 Trillion
Nigerians - Buhari has integrity.
He's a honest man. He's fighting corruption.

Our Mumu is on "Microwave Mode" . e dey hot
Ethno-religious bigotry is our biggest problem. If we do not shield people based on tribe/religion we can fight corruption.

Even if GEJ had paved the streets of Nigeria with gold, the tribes who believe the own Nigeria wouid still have crufied him. Since he wouid not be errand boy for power brokers from those tribes. That was why they first gave him a chance. To use him. But he refused.

What stops Buhari from creating a new effective agency and gradually scrap the rest? Did OBJ go to hell or heaven to bring EFCC or ICPC?

The Shell BP oil man, Justin Welby who now Archbishop of Canterbury is doing great PR for Buhari. Nonsense.

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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by gbishman: 12:22pm On Mar 06
UK why don't u handle your bribery issue with the labour party and leave us to handle ours.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by princegeo(m): 12:56pm On Mar 06
theoldpretender:


1.What was the level of fuel consumption between 2011 and now. If fuel consumption was static, I would have given you some kudos..

2.Part of the trillions Bubu paid included left over debts from the previous administration.

3.The reason why we had the debts was because subsidy is unsustainable.

4.In 2012,GEJ, seeing the comming increases in subsidy spending, tried to remove subsidy by increasing prices to 140. Nigerians unwisely said no, and thus we ended up with the trillions under Bubu.

5.Bubu is still paying subsidy because if he followed GEJ and removed it completely, fuel will retail for 250 and above. Long term, investment increases and the price comes down via competition which is what GEJ was envisioning, but short term, it would hit Nigerians in their pocket, leading to APC being kicked out of power. (some people voted out PDP for raising prices from 65 to 97 naira.

Sharaaaaaaaaap

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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by lexy2014: 1:03pm On Mar 06
theoldpretender:


1.What was the level of fuel consumption between 2011 and now. If fuel consumption was static, I would have given you some kudos..

2.Part of the trillions Bubu paid included left over debts from the previous administration.

3.The reason why we had the debts was because subsidy is unsustainable.

4.In 2012,GEJ, seeing the comming increases in subsidy spending, tried to remove subsidy by increasing prices to 140. Nigerians unwisely said no, and thus we ended up with the trillions under Bubu.

5.Bubu is still paying subsidy because if he followed GEJ and removed it completely, fuel will retail for 250 and above. Long term, investment increases and the price comes down via competition which is what GEJ was envisioning, but short term, it would hit Nigerians in their pocket, leading to APC being kicked out of power. (some people voted out PDP for raising prices from 65 to 97 naira.

I think u have missed d point completely. There's absolutely nothing to defend. If this govt has increased price of fuel& paying subsidy, then y was it protesting against it when GEJ did d same thing?

Again if fuel was 87 during GEJ that means Nigeria paid more per litre. But at 147, Nigeria should b paying less per litre for subsidy. D question is, is this govt actually paying less subsidy on each litre of fuel?

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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by theoldpretender(m): 1:08pm On Mar 06
princegeo:


Sharaaaaaaaaap

Do have a fruitful and profitable day
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by princegeo(m): 1:14pm On Mar 06
theoldpretender:


Do have a fruitful and profitable day

It's night here already but sharaaaap
Stop talking rubbish and God bless you if u do so
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by theoldpretender(m): 1:19pm On Mar 06
lexy2014:


I think u have missed d point completely. There's absolutely nothing to defend. If this govt has increased price of fuel& paying subsidy, then y was it protesting against it when GEJ did d same thing?

Again if fuel was 87 during GEJ that means Nigeria paid more per litre. But at 147, Nigeria should b paying less per litre for subsidy. D question is, is this govt actually paying less subsidy on each litre of fuel?

I'm not defending Buhari.

The money he mentioned that GEJ paid does not include the debt that he left for Buhari, a debt which he was trying to avoid by raising fuel prices to 140 naira in 2012.

Nigerians forced GEJ to reduce to 97 then to N87. But because the cost of importing fuel jumped from 99 naira in 2012 to 121 in 2014, while oil dropped it became unsustainable.

By the time Buhari came around, landing cost was 132.We were selling fuel at N87. Oil was a5 30 per barrel. Buhari saw sense and remov3d subsidy by raising prices to 145. Subsidyy was gone till landing cost rose again to N150 and above... which is when Buhari brought subsidy again under the guise of under recovery.

At the same time, the naira value is falling due to falling dollar revenues from falling oil prices, which is why fuel is higher, so to speak.

And why cost of subsidy has gone up under Bubu, because the value of naira has gone down, meaning we need more naira than what we needed in 2013 for subsidy. Then there is an increase in vehicles, generators, etc...meaning we need more fuel, meaning more subsidy.

Ultimately my point is subsidy has to go. And it should have gone since 2012.

Not everything is PDP and APC. Both parties support subsidies . So do most Nigerians. It's hurting our economy

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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by theoldpretender(m): 1:20pm On Mar 06
princegeo:


It's night here already but sharaaaap
Stop talking rubbish and God bless you if u do so

Do have a god blessed night. May your God's bless you, and if you are an atheist, fortune guide thee.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by win3k: 1:21pm On Mar 06
Well spoken by the custodian of stolen wealth and proceeds of corruption!!!
A criminal entity like UK founded on stolen people, resources and wealth is now the judge of corruption!

Amazing!
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by princegeo(m): 1:24pm On Mar 06
theoldpretender:


Do have a god blessed night. May your God's bless you, and if you are an atheist, fortune guide thee.

And if you and opportunist may your instincts led you
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by theoldpretender(m): 1:26pm On Mar 06
princegeo:


And if you and opportunist may your instincts led you

Well, may your wives each have 15 male children and your concubines have ten male children each.

Iseeeeeee!
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by emmy2244: 1:26pm On Mar 06
fake Governance from fake leaders, may God Almighty pick our calls by changing all this bad belle and Wicked people that called themselves leaders.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by Reference(m): 1:37pm On Mar 06
Pascopele:
When fuel subsidy cost N600billion at 87naira per litre,it was corruption. Now, it's N2.95trillion at 145naira per litre there's no corruption. No protest, no outrage. Truth is, the Buhari effect on Nigerians is no longer ordinary, it is now spiritual!!!


Jonathan:
Petrol - #87 per Ltr.
Subsidy - #600 Billion
Nigerians - GEJ is a thief. GEJ MUST go!

Buhari:
Petrol - #145 per Ltr.
Subsidy - #2.95 Trillion
Nigerians - Buhari has integrity.
He's a honest man. He's fighting corruption.

Our Mumu is on "Microwave Mode" . e dey hot

Not to talk of the fact that oil prices then averaged 90 dollars as against 50 dollars now which the administration is quick to use as its defence on the earnings side but is silent on the expenditure/accountability side. And now that fewer players control the market, scrutiny is completely lost in that tower of corruption called the NNPC they blatantly refuse to reform or shutdown.

Anyway we are still in the season of elections. Nothing can be seen dispassionately so we just wait till governance resumes with our criticisms and alternate ideas.

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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by princegeo(m): 1:45pm On Mar 06
theoldpretender:


Well, may your wives each have 15 male children and your concubines have ten male children each.

Iseeeeeee!


Lol
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by Pascopele: 2:04pm On Mar 06
Kindly elucidate
SmileXtraone:

Perception is very important in life. I learnt the hard way. Once people perceive a person as corrupt whether or not it is true they will always see you that way. Same way if they perceive you as not corrupt. In esense protect and guard your positive reputation as much as possible.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by YoungBlackRico(m): 2:37pm On Mar 06
The UK got a lot to say these days.
Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by grandstar(m): 4:07pm On Mar 06
theoldpretender:


I'm not defending Buhari.

The money he mentioned that GEJ paid does not include the debt that he left for Buhari, a debt which he was trying to avoid by raising fuel prices to 140 naira in 2012.

Nigerians forced GEJ to reduce to 97 then to N87. But because the cost of importing fuel jumped from 99 naira in 2012 to 121 in 2014, while oil dropped it became unsustainable.

By the time Buhari came around, landing cost was 132.We were selling fuel at N87. Oil was a5 30 per barrel. Buhari saw sense and remov3d subsidy by raising prices to 145. Subsidyy was gone till landing cost rose again to N150 and above... which is when Buhari brought subsidy again under the guise of under recovery.

At the same time, the naira value is falling due to falling dollar revenues from falling oil prices, which is why fuel is higher, so to speak.

And why cost of subsidy has gone up under Bubu, because the value of naira has gone down, meaning we need more naira than what we needed in 2013 for subsidy. Then there is an increase in vehicles, generators, etc...meaning we need more fuel, meaning more subsidy.

Ultimately my point is subsidy has to go. And it should have gone since 2012.

Not everything is PDP and APC. Both parties support subsidies . So do most Nigerians. It's hurting our economy

Not just that subsidy has to go but the price deregulated. That will put a permanent end to subsidies.

Kachikwu advised him to deregulate at the time but he refused. This mess the country is in today would have been avoided.

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Re: UK: Nigeria’s Anti-corruption Fights Frustrated By EFCC, Others by ofwest47(m): 6:32pm On Mar 06
U K is the host to most of the corrupt Nigerians under going corrupt criminal charges under the Nigeria E F C C a good case in point for U K refusal to release Allison Maduake to come and face her criminal charges in Nigeria.

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