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Mele Kyari: Nigerians Should Prepare For 3 Months Trouble Over Oil Price Crash / Crude Oil Not Sold For $100 In 16 Years Of PDP – Atiku / Electricity: We’ve Performed Better Than PDP Did In 16 Years – Fashola (2) (3) (4)
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Ausrichie(m): 10:00am On Mar 19|
michlins:Out of 30k minimum wage bah? Common increase in VAT and most people are crying please just shift.
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Isoduwa(m): 10:02am On Mar 19|
Who cares like say Nigerian citizen dey chop the oil money before why telling us
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by AmeLonRo(m): 10:02am On Mar 19|
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Evercurious(f): 10:03am On Mar 19|
He didnt ask for CHEAP electricity but CONSTANT electricity.. Pls be realistic..
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|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Lush100(m): 10:04am On Mar 19|
Bad leadership and governance means unproductive people
good leadership and vision leads to a productive nation.
the people are tools in the hand of the government.
the human capacity of Nigerian people is loaded but the environmental capacity is a serious hindrance.
All great strides ever achieved by countries including China , US, Singapore, Hong-Kong all emanated from Visionary leaders.
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Coldie(m): 10:04am On Mar 19|
voltron14:Nigeria's population is not up to 200million
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by wilsonuwakaiyeme: 10:05am On Mar 19|
Nigeria gov should diversify the economy or introduce forex trading into our curriculum in order to allow people help themselves, meanwhile for those who want to learn how to trade forex should chat me up on WhatsApp via-09065319364
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Coldie(m): 10:07am On Mar 19|
voltron14:Are u not part of the populace how many have u produced.
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|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Evercurious(f): 10:07am On Mar 19|
Thanks for.this.. No mind the unrealistic fellow blabbing since
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|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by lexy2014: 10:08am On Mar 19|
Why are "the populace unimaginative, uneducated and highly unproductive"? Are u part of this populace? How does this exonerate govts in carrying out their constitutional responsibilities?
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|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Doyin2(m): 10:08am On Mar 19|
You feel so pained as a loser.
However lies and deceit cannot bail you out.
Trillions from TSA and Abacha loot,to fund the budget?
No economy,no matter how strong can escape the present global economic predicament.
The earlier you realise this,the better for your health.
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Coldie(m): 10:09am On Mar 19|
tensazangetsu20:In Nigeria if you are a young Nigerian into tech, Efcc would bust your house and brand you a yahoo boy without any reasonable proof. Then u would use the small money u are using to run the startup to bail yourself and get back to square one.
With confidence the govt doesn't give a fvck
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by fishvision: 10:10am On Mar 19|
We only hear when the price of crude crashes below Govt benchmark what of when it rises above benchmark??
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by DModeCntStopMe: 10:10am On Mar 19|
The country is crumbling gradually while our leaders are still living large
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Coldie(m): 10:12am On Mar 19|
tensazangetsu20:E sweet me die. Diverstify economy since 2015 Buhari instead started using our money to look for oil in the north all to no avail.
First recession came they did not learn now this.
At a time when our ECA is almost empty, all the Abacha loots almost finished, crude oil price low.
There eyes go clear.
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|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Coldie(m): 10:12am On Mar 19|
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by dallyemmy: 10:14am On Mar 19|
They promised to diversify our economy from crude oil but we failed to ask what they meant by the word diversify.
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by kokanepyramid: 10:14am On Mar 19|
voltron14:You are wrong!
The environment is not encouraging at all.
Even the government doesn’t patronise made in Nigeria take Innoson for instance.
Some came up with Bike hailing in Lagos what did the government do to them after these people got license to operate and invested heavily in it. So you expect others to carry their hard earned savings and invest in a country with volatile policies.
No power, No roads, multiple taxations here and there. People are making money in this country enough to invest it in production but won’t cos it’s highly risky. Reason everyone is going into real estate.
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by A305: 10:14am On Mar 19|
Huge loss for the oil firms who had bought before price drop.
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Ausrichie(m): 10:15am On Mar 19|
Doyin2:What about the ones that are in constant recession. We should recede in the recession?
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Coldie(m): 10:15am On Mar 19|
Gerrard59:Non interest loans from the govt.
That guy doesn't know what he is saying.
This is 2020 ordinary light is like Rocket science, then when are we ever going to get it right
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Iogobenz(m): 10:15am On Mar 19|
Stephenomozzy:I have been planning to ask him since to show us one of the things he has produced but somehow I chose not to bother.
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by wink2015: 10:16am On Mar 19|
The price of Brent crude, the international benchmark, tumbled on Wednesday to the lowest level in 16 years as global markets continued to respond to the price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia amid the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
NORTHERN NIGERIA go and face Agriculture !
Yes ! GO AND FACE AGRICULTURE.
Federal government should cut down on the huge cost of governance across the three tiers of government ( FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT )
STOP TAKING FOREIGN LOANS.
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by kikero: 10:17am On Mar 19|
The problem with agriculture in Nigeria is that our agriculture is largely subsistence.
Less than 10% of farming in this country is done on large scale farms that can supply enough produce for export.
Also, back in the days when agriculture was king, a disproportionate amount of the money earned was spent on a tiny reserve of the population. once the population of the educated grew beyond the Level agriculture revenue could sustain them, that's when issues started...around the 1980s.
Nigeria needs to become productive by becoming industrial. Oil is a curse
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Coldie(m): 10:18am On Mar 19|
voltron14:What's the use of dry ports when from Onitsha to Lagos u have over 100police check points collecting illegal Moneys from business men
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|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Tweiker: 10:18am On Mar 19|
Stop lying about what you don't know. When Abacha and IBB were the government there was light, sometimes for days on end, and the Naira had value.
My aunt with whom I lived sold ice blocks and she never had a gen.
Whenever my uncle hit Nigeria from the US he could never get anything over 85 naira per dollar.
You claim the populace is unproductive? Know how many businesses I've invested in that was killed by useless taxes, lack of light, and omonile?
I work online now and I'm still waiting for light these past 4 weeks. My laptop has 4 spare batteries, my phones 2 power banks, still, my 1 year old gen looks like it's celebrated its 20th birthday already!
It's not about the people, it's the government and what they stand for. Gabon, Botswana and SA didn't get on the list of top 100 most developed countries in the world cos of the unproductive black people. It's the productive government.
Nigeria is richer than all 3 of those nations.
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|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by youngestgrad(m): 10:20am On Mar 19|
voltron14:Mr Man what have YOU invented or developed that has improved the state of YOUR community.
What about an average high school student in the USA who has access to college loans from their govt, what has he/she invented?
The government creates a structure or environment for it's citizens to thrive!!
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|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by kikero: 10:20am On Mar 19|
A big problem with power supply in this country for many years is that most Nigerians don't pay their bills.
Most Nigerians want power for free as well.
That's why NEPA failed and a big part of why the discos cannot function effectively
And the problem extends to government agencies.
The people that complain about the discos do so because they are regular payers and the pressure is on them.
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by MoxxxxO123(m): 10:20am On Mar 19|
voltron14:so what are you suggesting for the populace?
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by kikero: 10:23am On Mar 19|
Nigeria is poor, but if APC had hit the ground running with policies since 2015 and had removed fuel subsidies and power subsidies so as to attract investors in both sectors we might have been in a better place
|Re: Oil Price Sinks To Lowest Level In 16 Years by Gilbertase: 10:25am On Mar 19|
voltron14:please, if i may ask, and i dont mean any disrespect. What business(es) do you currently run in the country? What products/services do you currently have on offer. I ask because i know so many wonderful initiatives, businesses that have had life choked out of them, not due to laxity of the business owner/ innovator, but basically due to an unconducive environment. ENVIRONMENT matters! Anthony Joshua wouldnt be world champ and other Nigerians doing amazing things outside this shores, would have likely ended up just average if they had stayed here. Just two months into my MBA program in 2015 and i realised Nigeria needs its own curriculum and set of books, cos all those principles we read and digested, we KNOW dont apply here. It pisses me off when i read people downplay the import of ENVIRONMENT.
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