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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by grandstar(m): 3:53pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:


Alright.

And when foreign companies couldn't get dollars , the next thing was lay-offs right ?

Yes, they couldn't run their businesses. Not just foreign-owned companies.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by BeLookingIDIOT(m): 3:57pm On Dec 06, 2019
Hasn't he acheived some of the promises- the ones that are realisable undecided
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by Hisduchess(f): 4:07pm On Dec 06, 2019
gidgiddy:


Not possible, everything in Nigeria is based on tribe

True storyyy

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by sweetonugbu: 4:08pm On Dec 06, 2019
Nigeria kpafuka

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 4:12pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:


Yes, they couldn't run their businesses. Not just foreign-owned companies.

Including importers and manufacturing companies.
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by grandstar(m): 5:03pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:


Including importers and manufacturing companies.

yes

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 5:09pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:


yes

In your own view , how would history have played out if Buhari devalued the naira back then ?
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by urahara(m): 5:16pm On Dec 06, 2019
grandstar:


yes

I think you may be write that buhari worsened the recession because back then in the 80s , even after the oil glut , we had a recession when buhari was in power and when ibb kicked buhari out and implemented the structural adjustment program , the economy began to grow by 5 percent from 1986 - 1992. Impressive !!!

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by MrBachelor: 6:14pm On Dec 06, 2019
bayelsaowei:
grin grin

Apart from the shady promises made by buhari and his pastor cohort, Do we all remember that buhari wore clean blazer suits during his campaign?? Now he has reverted back to the man he truly is..do we all agree as nigerians that we were scammed immensely ?? grin grin

He even wore Igbo attire in one of his pictures.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by Renforce: 6:38pm On Dec 06, 2019
grin kai!!
Even ashawo sef can't be banged as easy as bubu is banging us

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by fk001(m): 6:44pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:


I dont think buhari was responsible for the recession.The recession was primarily caused by low oil prices.

That's true
Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by grandstar(m): 11:34pm On Dec 06, 2019
urahara:


In your own view , how would history have played out if Buhari devalued the naira back then ?

The recession would not have been so severe. It may only be a downturn and the economy would have revived quite quickly.

However, I think for the economy to hit 5% or 6% annual growth rate without high oil prices may be hard. Some structural reforms would have been needed.

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Re: Who Remembers This Scam Advertisement? by Kingspin(m): 12:27am On Dec 07, 2019
The cheapest scam

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