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Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 7:15pm On Jan 23
In 1978, The Military Government of Nigeria passed the Land Use Act that abolished all freehold land in Nigeria. The actual text is below:

“An Act to Vest all Land compromised in the territory of each State (except land vested in the Federal government or its agencies) solely in the Governor of the State, who would hold such Land in trust for the people and would henceforth be responsible for allocation of land in all urban areas to individuals resident in the State and to organizations for residential, agriculture, commercial and other purposes while similar powers will with respect to non-urban areas are conferred on Local Governments.”

(27th March 1978)

The Land Use Act (LUA) nationalizes all lands in Nigeria and places a government official between a legal contract of sale of land between two parties. It places all land in Nigeria in “trust” of the Government and specifies that future transfers or sale of land must be confirmed by a government official, in writing, irrespective of the value of the transaction. To be specific, the Land Use Act says…

“It shall not be lawful for any customary right of occupancy or any part thereof to be alienated by assignment, mortgage, transfer of possession, sublease or otherwise howsoever –

(a) Without the consent of the Governor in cases where the property is to be sold by or under the order of any court under the provisions of the applicable Sheriffs and Civil Process Law; or

(b) in other cases without the approval of the appropriate Local Government.”

The negative effect of the LUA is that it transfers rights to title of land from individuals and communities to the Government which approves ownership and subsequent transfer of such land, in writing.

For example, Section 22 of the LUA prohibits any person to whom the Governor has granted a statutory right of occupancy from assigning, mortgaging, transferring, subleasing or howsoever adversely dealing with the land against the terms of grant, without having first had and obtained the consent of the Governor. What this clause means is that equitable mortgages cannot be created and enforced without a sign off by the Government.


The Pension Commission has issued draft guidelines that allow contributors to allocate 25% of their Retirement Saving Accounts as deposit to Deposit Money Bank/Developers. Under the LUA, each transaction will need to be signed off by the Governor, to approve land for the developers.  What happens when there is a delay or denial from the Executive mansion? Also, should those RSA holders seek to mortgage their titled property as collateral to obtain loans, they will need to get their assignment signed off by the Government. This makes Home Equity Line of Credit as a financing option very expensive in Nigeria. Consider that if a client wanted to buy or sell a Government Bond or an oil refinery, the transaction would involve both private parties’ legal teams, but crucially, it would not need the consent or accent of any government official before the sale is approved.

The LUA was intended to standardize the administration of land across Nigeria, and remove bottlenecks and high costs associated with land. The Government felt that land could not be easily acquired, for instance by investors to say engage in large scale agriculture, as they would have to buy land from various families and communities. However the LUA has not made land approvals and registrations as equitable as promised, in 2014, the Chairman,  Presidential Technical Committee on Land Reform (PTCLR), Prof. Peter Adeniyi, said:  “Since formal land registration commenced in the country over 100 years ago, less than 3% of land nationwide has been registered.” 3%!

The LUA leads to transaction bottlenecks, is cumbersome, tiresome and creates  “negative wealth” as all land without C of O cannot be brought into any formal transaction.


Another contentious issue is the changingof the legal status of the Nigerian land “user” from ownership to that of statutory occupancy. In effect, no Nigerian owns any land, we simply have a statutory right to use it. This limits the rights of the “user” i.e., your proprietary interests are extinguished.

The argument against repeal of the LUA will rest with the issues government has in securing land from private citizens for the greater public good e.g., building a road over private land. These concerns can be addressed by passing a bill to give the Federal and State Government the power to acquire land under the Right of Eminent Domain, i.e. the superior dominion of the sovereign over individual property rights. The Land Use is, in fact, a universal application of this Eminent Domain right.

The repeal of the Land Use Act will immediately give millions of Nigerians “equity”. They can own, transfer and/or sell the land they live on, put up that land as collateral, bring the land into the formal marketplace and make property transactions easier to finance via financial institutions. The repeal of the LUA will boost Nigeria’s mortgage market. It will create jobs as realtors, surveyors, estate agents, and builders will have more opportunities and more property to bring into the market.

 Most importantly, the repeal of the Act will instantly empower rural landholders, eliminate “dead capital” (Capital tied up in land without title) and open agricultural land otherwise “locked” up in administrative red tape in the Local Governments. Farmers can negotiate directly with the local community for sale or lease of hectares of arable land to grow food, considering that 70% of Nigeria’s labour is agriculturally based. The bottleneck of ownership of land, if removed, will instantly increase the acreage of land available to agriculture.

Without land, there is no wealth.

It’s our problem, we will fix it.

Source: https://nairametrics.com/2019/12/16/repeal-the-land-use-act/

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 7:32pm On Jan 23
Obasanjo is horrible for approving dumb law. The person who added this foolishness to the constitution is worse. If the land use act was repealed farmers would have a much easier time securing capital because the land is collateral. It would also make real estate development easier since the middle man is cut out. Nigeria might see more economic growth afterwards.

“Since formal land registration commenced in the country over 100 years ago, less than 3% of land nationwide has been registered.” 3%!

This is pretty insane to know 97% of the land is dead capital. Individuals should own land and all minerals associated with it. It's should be kept in trust by the state. Any issues of development can be solved with eminent domain laws.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Thazard: 8:17pm On Jan 23
I agree 100%...
Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 9:01pm On Jan 23
They can own, transfer and/or sell the land they live on, put up that land as collateral, bring the land into the formal marketplace and make property transactions easier to finance via financial institutions. 

Eliminating the land use act will help in reducing the housing deficit. Developers can focus on apartments for renters. When ever the economy gets better more people can start buying homes. The role of local and state government should be to regulate real estate development with zoning laws, building codes and keeping title history.

The biggest impediment would be state governments. Anyone who disagrees would need to be voted out. Nigerians ought go be land owners not occupiers.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by omohayek: 11:13pm On Jan 23
This one piece of legislation has wrecked more havoc on the development of Nigeria than virtually everything else (yes, even corruption), perhaps with the exception of Gowon's "indigenization" decrees that drove out foreign investment. Without clear, legally indisputable and easily tradeable private rights to land, there can never be any hope for Nigeria's millions of subsistence farmers to gain access to the level of investment that would raise them above a hand-to-mouth existence and on a trajectory to prosperity - and this will remain the case however many import bans, exorbitant tariffs and arbitrary border-closures the likes of Buhari may implement.

So many of Nigeria's economic problems are due to causes like this one, with economically clueless politicians passing "populist" legislation that sets up huge problems for the future by pandering to the ignorance of the masses, from the long-term deterioration in the value of the Naira (due to successive governments trying to print their way out of trouble instead of reining in the massively bloated public sector) to the failure to pass the Petroleum Industry Bill (and yet the same people who cheer this inaction wonder why Nigeria still imports refined petroleum), to the unwillingness to permit the DISCOs to charge enough to recover their costs let alone make a positive return on investment (and yet Nigerians wonder why other countries add more capacity in a single year than Nigeria has managed over 40 years). The widespread disinterest in (and lack of awareness of) such matters is why I can only laugh at those who think of the Presidency as something to be "rotated" on a "turn by turn" basis to each "zone" so everyone can have a fair chance to "chop": all this tribalistic nonsense means is that yet more incompetent "populist" panderers will come to power, leading to yet many more years of wasted developed opportunities. Sensible people would place competence and character ahead of "my kinsman" rubbish, but Nigeria is sadly bereft of such sound-minded people, with only religious and tribal bigots to be found nearly everywhere one looks.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 4:21am On Jan 24
The Government felt that land could not be easily acquired, for instance by investors to say engage in large scale agriculture, as they would have to buy land from various families and communities.

Obasanjo essentially sold out Nigerians to futher state and corprate interest. Corporations can simply go to state and have them confiscate land. They no longer have to bother with negotiating prices. This scenario is playing out in Jigawa to benefit chinese investors.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doIAUtHf8XQ

Mr Lee and his companies may have secured over 12,000 hectares of farmlands belonging to eight different communities in Jagawa; and in Makole in Kano through alleged coercion and connivance with local chiefs and state authorities.

Source

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 6:56pm On Jan 28
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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by 12Monkeys: 7:19pm On Jan 28
Blue3k is a Yaribanza Muslim who opposes the land use act because it confers sole ownership to respective states with the governors acting as custodians .

This law has made it near impossible for buhari to snatch lands from each state for his satanic Fulani relocation colony aka Ruga.

Yoruba Muslims are seriously an accursed race.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by 12Monkeys: 7:27pm On Jan 28
Blue3k:


Obasanjo essentially sold out Nigerians to futher state and corprate interest. Corporations can simply go to state and have them confiscate land. They no longer have to bother with negotiating prices. This scenario is playing out in Jigawa to benefit chinese investors.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doIAUtHf8XQ



Your mentor Rauf Odenni Aregberascal sold vast tracts of Osun virgin forests to Chinese loggers and miners.

Why did you not complain ?

I know why you are now championing the abolishing of having state governors as custodians of the land because it impinges on your precious Ruga policy

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 7:32pm On Jan 28
12Monkeys:
Blue3k is a Yaribanza Muslim who opposes the land use act because it confers sole ownership to respective states with the governors acting as custodians .

This law has made it near impossible for buhari to snatch lands from each state for his satanic Fulani relocation colony aka Ruga.

Yoruba Muslims are seriously an accursed race.

Your comment is insanely stupid you lying clown. I'm guessing mental retardation is a dominant trait in your bloodline. The benefits of allowing individuals to own land is far greater. The governor doesn't have to be the custodian of land to stop federal take over. Eminent domain wouldn't give the FG the power to seize all the land at will either.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Xisnin(m): 7:36pm On Jan 28
Blue3k:


Obasanjo essentially sold out Nigerians to futher state and corprate interest. Corporations can simply go to state and have them confiscate land. They no longer have to bother with negotiating prices. This scenario is playing out in Jigawa to benefit chinese investors.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doIAUtHf8XQ

You seem to negate your earlier point.
If you want the land use Act repealed for economic reasons then you cannot fault
Obasanjo's reason.

Dangote refinery was moved from Ondo to Lagos due to the indigenes' unrealistic demands
despite the state government supposedly owning the lands.

The 2nd Niger bridge will never be completed nor the Enugu Airport takeoff in the absence of
the land use act given the number of Sharks that would demand outrageous compensation from
contractors.

In almost all cases, Nigerians understand that public good should trump private concerns so I see
no reason why land should be any different.

Land in Nigeria can be used as collateral as long as the necessary procedure is followed.

The land use act should be slightly amended not repealed.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 7:44pm On Jan 28
Xisnin:

You seem to negate your earlier point.
If you want the land use Act repealed for economic reasons then you cannot fault
Obasanjo's reason.

Dangote refinery was moved from Ondo to Lagos due to the indigenes' unrealistic demands
despite the state government supposedly owning the lands.

The 2nd Niger bridge will never be completed nor the Enugu Airport takeoff in the absence of
the land use act given the number of Sharks that would demand outrageous compensation from
contractors.

In almost all cases, Nigerians understand that public good should trump private concerns so I see no reason why land should be any different.
Land in Nigeria can be used as collateral as long as the necessary procedure is followed.The land use act should be slightly amended not repealed.

Who cares if they made unreasonable demands for payment. Dangote is not entitled to the land. If he doesn't want to there's other options i. The market. The Land is owned by the government but governors are custodians. That's the fact by law.

You didnt read the article well. Eminent domain would solve the problem of obtaining private labds for public purposes. The government would just have to pay fair market rates.

No land can't be used for collateral legally in most cases without the governors permission.the land use act constricts investors and occupiers.


Section 22 of the LUA prohibits any person to whom the Governor has granted a statutory right of occupancy from assigning, mortgaging, transferring, subleasing or howsoever adversely dealing with the land against the terms of grant, without having first had and obtained the consent of the Governor. 
The LUA leads to transaction bottlenecks, is cumbersome, tiresome and creates  “negative wealth” as all land without C of O cannot be brought into any formal transaction.
These concerns can be addressed by passing a bill to give the Federal and State Government the power to acquire land under the Right of Eminent Domain, i.e. the superior dominion of the sovereign over individual property rights. 

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by 12Monkeys: 8:18pm On Jan 28
Blue3k:


Your comment is insanely stupid you lying clown. I'm guessing mental retardation is a dominant trait in your bloodline. The benefits of allowing individuals to own land is far greater. The governor doesn't have to be the custodian of land to stop federal take over. Eminent domain wouldn't give the FG the power to seize all the land at will either.


I will avoid replying your insults .

Let me ask you a simple question : who decides who gets the land and how it is distributed?

If it is the community or a family it is still subject to an authority.

A state issued land comes with the benefit of a valid titled deed that is tenured for 99yrs and subject to the conditions stated for its use.

The question to ask is why are governors not offering leases to their citizens?

One cardinal aspect of Yaradua's seven point agenda was to ease the process of granting land ownership to small farmers in order to have them use the titled land to approach a financial institution as collateral for loans to invest in their farming venture.

The problem is not the land use act as it sanitizes the entire process and makes the state as the sole referee in land transactions.

It is the governors who have abused the act and rather than empower their own people through land ownership, they are benefiting from selling vast lands to corporate entities for their selfish gains.

What has to be done is to devolve some of this vast powers from the governors through proper land management use that will be rolled out after proper and wide consultation. So that a case like Aregberascal selling prime rain forest to Chinese miners and loggers will be avoided.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 8:49pm On Jan 28
12Monkeys:



I will avoid replying your insults .

Let me ask you a simple question : who decides who gets the land and how it is distributed?

If it is the community or a family it is still subject to an authority.

A state issued land comes with the benefit of a valid titled deed that is tenured for 99yrs and subject to the conditions stated for its use.

The question to ask is why are governors not offering leases to their citizens?

One cardinal aspect of Yaradua's seven point agenda was to ease the process of granting land ownership to small farmers in order to have them use the titled land to approach a financial institution as collateral for loans to invest in their farming venture.

The problem is not the land use act as it sanitizes the entire process and makes the state as the sole referee in land transactions.

It is the governors who have abused the act and rather than empower their own people through land ownership, they are benefiting from selling vast lands to corporate entities for their selfish gains.

What has to be done is to devolve some of this vast powers from the governors through proper land management use that will be rolled out after proper and wide consultation. So that a case like Aregberascal selling prime rain forest to Chinese miners and loggers will be avoided.


I didnt insult you I just made fair comments. You act like an idiot you get treated like one. You accused me of everything under the sun because of your delusional paranoia.

Land is distributed by the owners of the property. In certain cases of inheritance there's laws and wills. There's eminent domain for public interst concerns. Land is not much different from any other piece of property you own.

The state has no business telling you how can hold anyome land any more than they should tell me how long to hold my stocks. The restrictions are equally stupid. The state and local government can make zoning rules and building codes. State do offer land leases and property to own.

The problem is the power to begin with. Instead of hoping for benevolent rules just return land right back to individuals. The certificate of occupancy is stupid and drives up cost. It's a failed policy thst resulted in only 3% of land being registered.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by 12Monkeys: 8:57pm On Jan 28
Blue3k:


I didnt insult you I just made fair comments. You act like an idiot you get treated like one. You accused me of everything under the sun because of your delusional paranoia.

Land is distributed by the owners of the property. In certain cases of inheritance there's laws and wills. There's eminent domain for public interst concerns. Land is not much different from any other piece of property you own.

The state has no business telling you how can hold anyome land any more than they should tell me how long to hold my stocks. The restrictions are equally stupid. The state and local government can make zoning rules and building codes. State do offer land leases and property to own.

The problem is the power to begin with. Instead of hoping for benevolent rules just return land right back to individuals. The certificate of occupancy is stupid and drives up cost. It's a failed policy thst resulted in only 3% of land being registered.


Blue3k, I sparred with you here during the height of the RUGA controversial policy which you openly canvassed and supported .

You yaribanza is calling me an idiot and complaining of land use act while supporting the forced relocation and exploitation of lands in the Niger Delta. Hope you are aware that this same land use act enables the FG to be sole owner of all natural resources found in any land.

This is my problem with you yaribanza snakes. Your hypocrisy stinks.

Very soon I know you will begin to curse Obasanjo for rolling out the law. But at the same time you will welcome Buhari taking over all lands towards getting up your RUGA wet dreams.


Yaribanza!

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 9:06pm On Jan 28
12Monkeys:
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[s]Blue3k, I sparred with you here during the height of the RUGA controversial policy which you openly canvassed and supported .

You yaribanza is calling me an idiot and complaining of land use act while supporting the forced relocation and exploitation of lands in the Niger Delta. Hope you are aware that this same land use act enables the FG to be sole owner of all natural resources found in any land.

This is my problem with you yaribanza snakes. Your hypocrisy stinks.

Very soon I know you will begin to curse Obasanjo for rolling out the law. But at the same time you will welcome Buhari taking over all lands towards getting up your RUGA wet dreams.


Yaribanza!

Lol you're mentally challenged. Lol your arguements are getting more long winded and idiotic. Instead of arguing points you just argue strawmen points I never made. Btw the land use act doesn't make the FG owner of minerals. The exclusive list in constitution does. I already said in this thread mineral and land rights should be with individuals lying clown.

Mental retardation is definitely is dominat trait with you. I just hope you dont pass it on. Too bad lying seems to be part of your character. Hopefully they dont adopt your attitude on that.

Blue3k:
Individuals should own land and all minerals associated with it. It's should be kept in trust by the state. Any issues of development can be solved with eminent domain laws.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by 12Monkeys: 9:14pm On Jan 28
Blue3k:


Lol you're mentally challenged. Lol your arguements are getting more long winded and idiotic. Instead of arguing points you just argue strawmen points I never made. Btw the land use act doesn't make the FG owner of minerals. The exclusive list in constitution does. I already said in this thread mineral and land rights should be with individuals lying clown.

Mental retardation is definitely is dominat trait with you. I just hope you dont pass it. Too bad lying seems to be part of your character. Hopefully they dont adopt your attitude on that either.



Lol didn't read

RUGA Craving Yaribanza

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 9:22pm On Jan 28
12Monkeys:
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Lol didn't read

RUGA Craving Yaribanza

Lol you're so dense it's sad. I know reading is not part of your badwards culture afterall. Feel free to bump my thread I appreciate it.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by 12Monkeys: 9:44pm On Jan 28
Blue3k:


Lol you're so dense it's sad. I know deading is not part of your badwards culture afterall. Feel free to bump my thread I appreciate it.

Yaribanza

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 6:30pm On Jan 31
On top repealing the land use act the constitution needs to be amended to remove mineral rights from being exclusively vested with the Federal government. Land and mineral rights naturally go together. If this is done oil companies for example would pay residents near them royalty checks directly. The sections of the constitution that need to be amended are below.

Chapter IV Fundamental Rights

44 (3) Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this section, the entire property in and control of all minerals, mineral oils and natural gas in under or upon any land in Nigeria or in, under or upon the territorial waters and the Exclusive Economic Zone of Nigeria shall vest in the Government of the Federation and shall be managed in such manner as may be prescribed by the National Assembly.

Exclusive Legislative List:

39. Mines and minerals, including oil fields, oil mining, geological surveys and natural gas.

315. (5) Nothing in this Constitution shall invalidate the following enactments, that is to say -

(d) the Land Use Act,

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 8:39pm On Mar 19
The house if reps might pass a bill the moves mining into concurrent list. The next steps hsve to be giving land and mineral rights to individuals. Theirs no reason individuals shouldn't own both like any other asset.
Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by TylerDurden: 9:02pm On Mar 19
Blue3k:
The house if reps might pass a bill the moves mining into concurrent list. The next steps hsve to be giving land and mineral rights to individuals. Theirs no reason individuals shouldn't own both like any other asset.

But same hypocrites like you will oppose any move to transfer ownership of oil wells to communities.
Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 9:21pm On Mar 19
TylerDurden:


But same hypocrites like you will oppose any move to transfer ownership of oil wells to communities.


Lol your foolishness is too much religious zealot. You should stop shaming your god with all these lies. You cant argue my points so you just ramble like a mumu. My comments right above yours prove you wrong.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by TylerDurden: 9:26pm On Mar 19
Blue3k:


Lol you're foolishness is too much. You should stop shaning your god with all these lies. You cant argue my points so you just bramble like a mumu.


You are a bloody shameless hypocrite like all your yaribanza brothers.

You Yorubas will oppose any move that will see to full resource control as regards oil.

Your jealousy of the Niger Delta is just too much.

We know how you yaribanzas were all over the Akwa Ibom thread seething with envy and condemning all the projects posted there as unnecessary and wasteful.

You left your Tinubu fleeced region to put your amebo mouth on Sokoto power project calling it a waste while you ignore all the fraud and theft being carried out by that canker worm Tinubu in your fetish region.

We both know that you deliberately stated mining and not oil exploration in your foolish write up because your parasitic existence is dependent on Niger Delta oil


Thief!

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 9:29pm On Mar 19
TylerDurden:


You are a bloody shameless hypocrite like all your yaribanza brothers.

You Yorubas will oppose any move that will see to full resource control as regards oil.

Your jealousy of the Niger Delta is just too much.

We know how you yaribanzas were all over the Akwa Ibom thread seething with envy and condemning all the projects posted there as unnecessary and wasteful.

You left your Tinubu fleeced region to put your amebo mouth on Sokoto power project calling it a waste while you ignore all the fraud and theft being carried out by that canker worm Tinubu in your fetish region.

We both know that you deliberately stated mining and not oil exploration in your foolish write up because your parasitic existence is dependent on Niger Delta oil


Thief!




Lol what a mumu cant you read? Mining covers oil exploration in the constitution. Lol you religious zealots are mentally challenged. I've already talked about wasteful projects in lagos. I just dont use them as an excuse to start them in Akwa Ibom like you do.


Exclusive Legislative List:

39. Mines and minerals, including oil fields, oil mining, geological surveys and natural gas.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by TylerDurden: 9:40pm On Mar 19
Blue3k:
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Lol what a mumu cant you read? Mining covers oil exploration in the constitution. Lol you religious zealots are mentally challenged. I've already talked about wasteful projects in lagos. I just dont use them as an excuse to start them in Akwa Ibom like you do.


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Get out with your fake restructuring.

Nobody takes you vipers seriously AGAIN.

We know whenever you shout your stupid restructuring that means you are trying to blackmail the country.


Even if restructuring start today, you will be the first to be scrutinizing allocations made to oil producing states.

We saw how you idiots were fretting when Obasanjo introduced 13% oil derivation to oil states and how you keep demanding to know what the oil producing states were doing with their money.

Face your impending Ruga colony


Parasite!

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 9:48pm On Mar 19
TylerDurden:
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Get out with your fake restructuring.

Nobody takes you vipers seriously AGAIN.

We know whenever you shout your stupid restructuring that means you are trying to blackmail the country.


Even if restructuring start today, you will be the first to be scrutinizing allocations made to oil producing states.

We saw how you idiots were fretting when Obasanjo introduced 13% oil derivation to oil states and how you keep demanding to know what the oil producing states were doing with their money.

Face your impending Ruga colony


Parasite!



Lol more mumu ramblings. Your god is clearly imaginary you wouldn't be so confortable telling foolish lies. These constitutional amendments are good which is why reps from lagos and Abia support them. Its only an idiotic religious zealot like yourself that blind to the fact.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by TylerDurden: 10:07pm On Mar 19
Blue3k:



Lol more mumu ramblings. Your god is clearly imaginary you wouldn't be so confortable telling foolish lies. These constitutional amendments are good which is why reps from lagos and Abia support them. Its only an idiotic religious zealot like yourself that blind to the fact.
Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 10:14pm On Mar 19
TylerDurden:
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Lol the clown has finally been silenced. If Akwa Ibom invested in education you might not be rambling like amumu. That's assuming your cognitive issues arent genetic.

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Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by TylerDurden: 10:24pm On Mar 19
Blue3k:


Lol the clown has finally been silenced. If Akwa Ibom invested in education you might not be rambling like amumu. That's assuming your cognitive issues arent genetic.


Who get time to dey answer YARIBANZA clown like you
Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by Blue3k(m): 10:41pm On Mar 19
TylerDurden:
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Who get time to dey answer YARIBANZA clown like you

Says the idiot tagging me multiple threads for my attention. If your god is real ask him for common sense mumu. When that doesn't work go back to school abeg.

Re: Why The Land Use Act Needs To Be Repealed by myobjective: 12:24am On Mar 20
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quote author=TylerDurden post=87591991]

You are a bloody shameless hypocrite like all your yaribanza brothers
.

The most hypocritical fools on this platform are those from the land of the rising sun, those without any resources but always canversing for resources control because they are eyeing the oil of their minorities neighbours.

Those that have 5 mouldy unproductive states that will board the next available night bus to the rest of Nigeria to hustle for their surviver.


You Yorubas will oppose any move that will see to full resource control as regards oil.

The reality is that no states currently in Nigeria apart from the oil producing states and Lagos can survived full restructuring. That is the reality and only chest better from the land where most states internal generates revenue accounts for less than 10% of current spending/budget will open clamour for total restructuring that will rendered their states vulnerable to famine.

In their bid to despite the north and the weat they fail to realised that they also contributing nothing to our common prosperity and are as parasitic than others to alwaysbpoint accusing fingers to.

Your jealousy of the Niger Delta is just too much.

We know how you yaribanzas were all over the Akwa Ibom thread seething with envy and condemning all the projects posted there as unnecessary and wasteful.

No one cares about what the south-south do with their share of federal allocation. We in the west are only interested in a better country for all. We all know the people are region renounned for hate and condemination of others.

You left your Tinubu fleeced region to put your amebo mouth on Sokoto power project calling it a waste while you ignore all the fraud and theft being carried out by that canker worm Tinubu in your fetish region.

What has Tinubu stolen from you, your people and region? Tinubu was a governer 13 years ago and has never taken up any federal position but you all will never stop talking about him. He is corrupt, we all know all Nigeria politicians are corrupt. In fact, corruption is more pronounced in your region than any part of Nigeria, the evidence is the number of former eastern governors in jail and on trial for corruption.

We know why you hate Tinubu. He is the only obstacle in your way from taking over Lagos ( which is a pipe dream). The more you guys try to blackmail him to suit your bias narrative the more we defend him and help him achieve all his political dreams.

We both know that you deliberately stated mining and not oil exploration in your foolish write up because your parasitic existence is dependent on Niger Delta oil


Thief!

Mining also include oil exploration but the majority of Nigeria oil are offshore, no one will give up that to only the adjacent oil-producing states. All Nigeria offshore oil belongs to Nigeria.

The Igbos are the most parasitic group in Nigeria. They are everywhere uninvited causing the problem and engaging in all forms of criminal activities.

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