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BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by stephanie11: 11:05pm On Aug 21, 2020
Nigeria's leading foods and manufacturing conglomerate, BUA has today sealed an agreement with Milleral of Turkey to build its newest flour milling plants in Nigeria with a total milling capacity of 2,400tons per day (3 x 800tpd). Upon completion in 2021, this will bring BUA’s total installed flour milling capacity to 4000tons per day. BUA currently operates an installed flour milling capacity of 1,600 tons per day and 5 lines of pasta of 720 tons per day.

Speaking during the signing ceremony, Abdul Samad Rabiu, Executive Chairman, BUA Group said, "We are excited about this partnership with Milleral to develop our new state-of-the-art flour milling plants in Nigeria with a total milling capacity of 2,400tons per day bringing BUA’s total installed capacity to 4,000tons per day upon completion in 2021. This will further deepen our involvement in the foods processing sector as well as help enhance food security in Nigeria and the West African region."

In his comments, Mustafa Ozdemir, Chairman, Milleral said, "Milleral intends to bring its experience installing machinery and turnkey plants across the world to bear in building an efficient, advanced and world class facility for BUA."

Upon completion, this new plant will position BUA as one of the leading players in Flour Milling in West Africa.

BUA Foods is the agribusiness and foods processing division of BUA Group with diverse investments in the agricultural value chain in Sugar, Rice, Edible Oils, Flour Milling and Pasta. BUA currently operates an installed flour milling capacity of 1,600 tons per day and 5 lines of pasta of 720 tons per day.

About Milleral:

Milleral is a giant successful brand that has been manufacturing and installing machinery and turnkey plants for milling grains like wheat, corn, rye, oat to get flour and semolina for 27 years.

Milleral offers products, plants and services that can appeal the necessities in all parts of the world; from Middle East to South East Asia, from South America to Africa and always continues to work with team spirit by developing innovative technologies needed by the global economy and manufactures its products perfectly according to customer demands.

https://politicsnigeria.com/bua-signs-deal-with-turkish-firm-to-build-2400tpd-flour-mills/

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Spaxon(f): 4:49am On Aug 22, 2020
I believe the Private Sector actually holds the key to the industrialization of Nigeria.
Look at Dangote, BUA, LaFarge and the rest of them.

If the Federal Government could Privatize Agriculture and Petroleum or even Aviation

Great changes would be seen in years to come.

But lie lie...
They'll rather keep seeing possibilities in looting and re-looting.

I remember Jonathan brought the Land Swapping Deal in Abuja.

And got most of the Private companies build those estates n parks, I went through the money the companies spent on building most of those residential Estates.
You'd be amazed .
Most budgeted #2billion.
That's the amount a Nigerian Politician can comfortably loot.

The future lies in the Private Sector.


For those Space Bookers below me.
I can see Buhari's personal griller cheesy

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by MANNABBQGRILLS: 4:49am On Aug 22, 2020
From one good and positive news to another.
Our darling country will surely get there soon.
A better Nigeria is all we want and hope for.
We thank God we are making progress compared to the 16 years of failure and looting.

Some negative souls will always be pained with any news about progress for our darling country.
May that pain always live with them as long as they keep hoping for bad news for Nigeria.

More for them below.......


I HATE TRAINS.
I HATE BRIDGES.
I HATE RICE.
I HATE TALLEST BUILDING EAST OF THE NIGER



Let me give the background to this piece. I was reading some comments on Twitter early in the week, when I ran into this one by one Dr Ben Gbenro: “Why are some people allergic to good news about Nigeria? You are angry about the test-run of Lagos-Ibadan rail, you are angry about the development in Onne Port, but will eagerly amplify any negative news even if it’s not true. Something is wrong with you and I am here to tell you.”

Of course, that comment generated responses, both positive and negative. But the one that caught my fancy specially was by Ayekooto, who declared: “We have got to a stage when GMB achievements can no longer be denied but hated. I hate trains. I hate bridges. I hate rice.”

Very profound. A lot of people can no longer deny the many achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari, particularly in the area of infrastructure, building a new Nigeria, and so, they have decided to hate it. Sad. Very sad.

Nobody can deny that there are very serious challenges in the country, particularly in the areas of security, the economy, and standard of living generally. But that is not all there is to Nigeria of today, and those challenges are being addressed very robustly. That hymn says “behind a frowning providence, He hides a smiling face. His purposes will ripen fast, unfolding every hour.” We will surely see an end to the challenges, if we all work together, and eschew hate speeches.

Why then do some people choose to see and amplify only negative things? Why do they choose to remain willfully blind and deaf to positive things? And surrounded and confronted by salutary developments, they keep repeating; what has the Buhari administration achieved? Show us.

You tell them that just last weekend, there was a test run of the Lagos-Ibadan rail project, with brand new coaches that will begin commercial operation before the end of the year.That is happening in a country where we were told we couldn’t afford new coaches when our oil was selling at over 100 dollars per barrel. Now, at about 40 dollars per barrel, we are launching new coaches. Instead of giving credit to a prudent government, they just say; I hate trains.

Okay, if you hate trains, what of brand new airports in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kano, Enugu, and others in the works? There was a time we were said to parade the worst airports in the world. But not any longer. Buhari reversed it in his four years. What do they say about that? They look up, look down, scratch their heads, and say; I hate airports. I’ve never even boarded a plane in my life, and I don’t want to board. Will I ever enter a plane if I’d been killed by bandits?

Okay. You hate airports and planes. What of bridges being built over rivers in different parts of the country, most especially the Second River Niger Bridge, which the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) built with mouth for 16 years. You tell them that the bridge is almost 50% done, and should be completed in the first quarter of 2022. There’s also the Loko-Oweto Bridge, linking Benue and Nasarawa States. It was started by a previous administration, but almost completed now. Like a cornered rat, their eyes dart furtively from corner to corner, seeking a hole to enter. Finding none, they tell you deadpan: I hate bridges.

Okay. All those are physical structures. So they want stomach infrastructure. You then tell them of the rice revolution, which has freed us from being a net importer of the product in the world. You point out that if Buhari hadn’t put his money where his mouth was, and encouraged us to go back to the land, causing rice farmers to rise from six to 12 million, we would have been in serious trouble when COVID-19 struck. How would we have imported rice, with all international borders closed, and no foreign exchange to even place orders? They pat their tummies gingerly, belch after a hearty meal, and then declare: I hate rice.

A Cancer Centre has been built and commissioned by President Buhari at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). An ultra-modern diagnostic center also built and commissioned in Kano. And just this week, another diagnostic centre built at a cost of $5.5 million, was commissioned at the Federal Medical Centre, Umuahia, in Abia State. What do they say of all these? “I hate hospitals. May I never need to use any diagnostic centre. It is not my portion.”

You join them to say amen, since you don’t have a hateful heart. And you remind them that the largest ever vessel in the country, Maerskline Stadelhorn, with a length of 300 meters and width of 48 meters, berthed few days ago at Onne Port, in Rivers State. That is the biggest ever container vessel to berth in any part of Nigeria. Onne people were delirious with joy, and praised the government to high heavens, because no vessel had come to their port for 12 years, till August last year, under Buhari. You tell the naysayers the positive economic implications, but they refuse to listen. They dive under water, shouting as they go: We hate container vessels.

You then take them to Yenagoa, in Bayelsa State. Just last week, the skyline of South-south and South-East was transformed, as President Buhari commissioned the tallest Federal Government structure in the region, the 17-story Nigerian Content Tower, Headquarters of Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).

The architectural masterpiece occupies an area equivalent to four football fields, and has a 1,000 seater conference centre plus a 10 MW power plant. Started in late 2015, now completed, all under Buhari. Engineer Simbi Wabote, Executive Secretary of the agency paid tribute to the resolve, determination and encouragement of the President, that saw the structure to completion in record time. And Wabote, third E.S of NCDMB in its 10 years history, has written his name in gold. Just because he has a supportive President.

Minister of State for Petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylvia, under whose tenure as Bayelsa State Governor the land was allocated for the project, declared: “The commissioning of this building is symbolic in many ways. It shows that Mr President is keen to see infrastructural development in every part of the country...It shows that skyscrapers and other laudable infrastructure can be built in the Niger Delta.”

But they say Buhari hasn’t achieved anything. You show them the 17-story building, and as they gaze skyward, their caps and headgear fall off. You pick the cap and headgear, dust and hand them back. And you ask, brothers and sisters, how now? Rather than admit defeat, they pull the caps and headgear over their eyes, and grumbled: We hate skyscrapers. They make us dizzy.

At that point, you pity them.
You realize that they need prayers.
They hate everything good.
They hate anything uplifting.
They hate development.
They hate their country.
They even hate themselves.


Again,
Don't forget to Quote us if you are one of the toothpicks arms lazy mofos.


eDeity:

Like you woke up this morning and type all these or you copied it somewhere? Beginning to believe you're one of the aids to PMB or something related to that
No be only aids, na staphylococcus, cheesy wink
And these are the kinda kids calling their president names.
What a shame!! tongue tongue

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Nobody: 4:51am On Aug 22, 2020
If Nigeria can stop anything with those terrorist symphatizers.


Install a car tracking device today and let your car feel safe.

We now offer our full service at a discounted price.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by NaijaOlosho(f): 4:52am On Aug 22, 2020
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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by teeytimi: 4:53am On Aug 22, 2020
Great development

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by CodeTemplar: 4:59am On Aug 22, 2020
We heard more noise than these under last govt of GEJ.
Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Tomiwa69(m): 5:06am On Aug 22, 2020
God bless Tinubu

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by GTkester: 5:09am On Aug 22, 2020
Tomiwa69:
God bless Tinubu



How do you get paid?

I think a better question should be: how do they evaluate your zombie performance in order to determine your paycsale.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by makinde851: 5:15am On Aug 22, 2020
Perfect !!

Spaxon:
I believe the Private Sector actually holds the key to the industrialization of Nigeria.
Look at Dangote, BUA, LaFarge and the rest of them.

If the Federal Government could Privatize Agriculture and Petroleum or even Aviation

Great changes would be seen in years to come.

But lie lie...
They'll rather keep seeing possibilities in looting and re-looting.

I remember Jonathan brought the Land Swapping Deal in Abuja.

And got most of the Private companies build those estates n parks, I went through the money the companies spent on building most of those residential Estates.
You'd be amazed .
Most budgeted #2billion.
That's the amount a Nigerian Politician can comfortably loot.

The future lies in the Private Sector.


For those Space Bookers below me.
I can see Buhari's personal griller cheesy

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by QuotaSystem: 5:19am On Aug 22, 2020
Hausa-Fulani Amaka cheesy

On a more serious note however, rapid industrialization is what Nigeria needs to prosper, and we welcome investors like BUA with open arms. More jobs and value created for sure.

We are all witnesses to how Abdulsamad Rabiu has diligently been building his business empire one factory and one acquisition at a time through sheer hard work and razor sharp business acumen. However, soon enough some pained bigots will try to discredit his entrepreneurial brilliance & excellence that has earned him success, and claim he is a beneficiary of government patronage/monopoly even without a shred of evidence, like they tried to do with another Arewa billionaire trailblazer Aliko Dangote.

What's even more beautiful & inspiring (and frustrating for haters) is that these two intelligent and patriotic Nigerians are minting their Billions of $$$ from our locally mined limestone (cement) and locally grown wheat (flour/pasta), all sourced from the rich soils of Northern Nigeria, and yet are wealthier than any crude oil billionaire anywhere in or out of Africa.

God bless BUA
God bless Arewa
God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by EdiskyHarry: 5:21am On Aug 22, 2020
This is very nice,
More success.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Nobody: 5:49am On Aug 22, 2020
Dangote Jr

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by QuotaSystem: 5:50am On Aug 22, 2020
VirginSearcher:
Build only on a paper. Imagine a country with an illiterate lifeless as a president and a sharia dullard as a CJN. I don't know which day I will wake up to read a reasonable news about this country. undecided

CodeTemplar:
We heard more noise than these under last govt of GEJ.


"I hate Trains. I hate Rice. I hate Bridges. I hate the Tallest Building in Eastern Nigeria"

Na them.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by aboooyowa(m): 5:50am On Aug 22, 2020
ssannil:
Why Turkish firm? Well, reasons best known to him sha

Because they have a fair Quality and it's relatively cheaper compared to their German counterpart.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Nobody: 5:50am On Aug 22, 2020
MANNABBQGRILLS:
From one good and positive news to another.
Our darling country will surely get there soon.
A better Nigeria is all we want and hope for.
We thank God we are making progress compared to the 16 years of failure and looting.

Some negative souls will always be pained with any news about progress for our darling country.
May that pain always live with them as long as they keep hoping for bad news for Nigeria.

More for them below.......


I HATE TRAINS.
I HATE BRIDGES.
I HATE RICE.
I HATE TALLEST BUILDING EAST OF THE NIGER



Let me give the background to this piece. I was reading some comments on Twitter early in the week, when I ran into this one by one Dr Ben Gbenro: “Why are some people allergic to good news about Nigeria? You are angry about the test-run of Lagos-Ibadan rail, you are angry about the development in Onne Port, but will eagerly amplify any negative news even if it’s not true. Something is wrong with you and I am here to tell you.”

Of course, that comment generated responses, both positive and negative. But the one that caught my fancy specially was by Ayekooto, who declared: “We have got to a stage when GMB achievements can no longer be denied but hated. I hate trains. I hate bridges. I hate rice.”

Very profound. A lot of people can no longer deny the many achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari, particularly in the area of infrastructure, building a new Nigeria, and so, they have decided to hate it. Sad. Very sad.

Nobody can deny that there are very serious challenges in the country, particularly in the areas of security, the economy, and standard of living generally. But that is not all there is to Nigeria of today, and those challenges are being addressed very robustly. That hymn says “behind a frowning providence, He hides a smiling face. His purposes will ripen fast, unfolding every hour.” We will surely see an end to the challenges, if we all work together, and eschew hate speeches.

Why then do some people choose to see and amplify only negative things? Why do they choose to remain willfully blind and deaf to positive things? And surrounded and confronted by salutary developments, they keep repeating; what has the Buhari administration achieved? Show us.

You tell them that just last weekend, there was a test run of the Lagos-Ibadan rail project, with brand new coaches that will begin commercial operation before the end of the year.That is happening in a country where we were told we couldn’t afford new coaches when our oil was selling at over 100 dollars per barrel. Now, at about 40 dollars per barrel, we are launching new coaches. Instead of giving credit to a prudent government, they just say; I hate trains.

Okay, if you hate trains, what of brand new airports in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kano, Enugu, and others in the works? There was a time we were said to parade the worst airports in the world. But not any longer. Buhari reversed it in his four years. What do they say about that? They look up, look down, scratch their heads, and say; I hate airports. I’ve never even boarded a plane in my life, and I don’t want to board. Will I ever enter a plane if I’d been killed by bandits?

Okay. You hate airports and planes. What of bridges being built over rivers in different parts of the country, most especially the Second River Niger Bridge, which the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) built with mouth for 16 years. You tell them that the bridge is almost 50% done, and should be completed in the first quarter of 2022. There’s also the Loko-Oweto Bridge, linking Benue and Nasarawa States. It was started by a previous administration, but almost completed now. Like a cornered rat, their eyes dart furtively from corner to corner, seeking a hole to enter. Finding none, they tell you deadpan: I hate bridges.

Okay. All those are physical structures. So they want stomach infrastructure. You then tell them of the rice revolution, which has freed us from being a net importer of the product in the world. You point out that if Buhari hadn’t put his money where his mouth was, and encouraged us to go back to the land, causing rice farmers to rise from six to 12 million, we would have been in serious trouble when COVID-19 struck. How would we have imported rice, with all international borders closed, and no foreign exchange to even place orders? They pat their tummies gingerly, belch after a hearty meal, and then declare: I hate rice.

A Cancer Centre has been built and commissioned by President Buhari at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). An ultra-modern diagnostic center also built and commissioned in Kano. And just this week, another diagnostic centre built at a cost of $5.5 million, was commissioned at the Federal Medical Centre, Umuahia, in Abia State. What do they say of all these? “I hate hospitals. May I never need to use any diagnostic centre. It is not my portion.”

You join them to say amen, since you don’t have a hateful heart. And you remind them that the largest ever vessel in the country, Maerskline Stadelhorn, with a length of 300 meters and width of 48 meters, berthed few days ago at Onne Port, in Rivers State. That is the biggest ever container vessel to berth in any part of Nigeria. Onne people were delirious with joy, and praised the government to high heavens, because no vessel had come to their port for 12 years, till August last year, under Buhari. You tell the naysayers the positive economic implications, but they refuse to listen. They dive under water, shouting as they go: We hate container vessels.

You then take them to Yenagoa, in Bayelsa State. Just last week, the skyline of South-south and South-East was transformed, as President Buhari commissioned the tallest Federal Government structure in the region, the 17-story Nigerian Content Tower, Headquarters of Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).

The architectural masterpiece occupies an area equivalent to four football fields, and has a 1,000 seater conference centre plus a 10 MW power plant. Started in late 2015, now completed, all under Buhari. Engineer Simbi Wabote, Executive Secretary of the agency paid tribute to the resolve, determination and encouragement of the President, that saw the structure to completion in record time. And Wabote, third E.S of NCDMB in its 10 years history, has written his name in gold. Just because he has a supportive President.

Minister of State for Petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylvia, under whose tenure as Bayelsa State Governor the land was allocated for the project, declared: “The commissioning of this building is symbolic in many ways. It shows that Mr President is keen to see infrastructural development in every part of the country...It shows that skyscrapers and other laudable infrastructure can be built in the Niger Delta.”

But they say Buhari hasn’t achieved anything. You show them the 17-story building, and as they gaze skyward, their caps and headgear fall off. You pick the cap and headgear, dust and hand them back. And you ask, brothers and sisters, how now? Rather than admit defeat, they pull the caps and headgear over their eyes, and grumbled: We hate skyscrapers. They make us dizzy.

At that point, you pity them.
You realize that they need prayers.
They hate EXCESSIVE DEBT
They hate HIGH INFLATION. A bag of rice =#32k
They hate CORRUPTION AND RELOOTING
They hate INSECURITY
They even hate $1 = #472


Again,
Don't forget to Quote me if you are one of the reasonable people in Nigeria.
It’s unfortunate that the functions of your hands have been disconnected from your brain, that’s if you have any brain at all. PMB has mortgaged your future. The price of a bag of rice that you are talking about is now equivalent to the new minimum wage. The trains, bridges and structures were existing projects, PMB borrowed excessively to continue those projects. What happened to our generated revenue and the recovered looted funds? $1=472 Naira.
May your life be the way PMB is leading Nigeria. The insecurities, the hardship, the debts, the corruption, etc
I HATE HIGH INFLATION. $1=472 Naira
I HATE RICE = 32,000 Naira
I HATE EXCESSIVE DEBT
I HATE INSECURITY
I HATE CORRUPTION AND RELOOTING

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by AnanseK(m): 5:52am On Aug 22, 2020
VirginSearcher:
Build only on a paper. Imagine a country with an illiterate lifeless as a president and a sharia dullard as a CJN. I don't know which day I will wake up to read a reasonable news about this country. undecided

Your depressive illness is not showing signs of improvement. You can make reasonable news happen yourself if you can come out of your self inflicted gloom and despondency .

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by CodeTemplar: 6:05am On Aug 22, 2020
QuotaSystem:




"I hate Trains. I hate Rice. I hate Bridges. I hate the Tallest Building in Eastern Nigeria"

Na them.
What I hate is people without a soul. Get lost.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by eDeity: 6:07am On Aug 22, 2020
MANNABBQGRILLS:
From one good and positive news to another.
Our darling country will surely get there soon.
A better Nigeria is all we want and hope for.
We thank God we are making progress compared to the 16 years of failure and looting.

Some negative souls will always be pained with any news about progress for our darling country.
May that pain always live with them as long as they keep hoping for bad news for Nigeria.

More for them below.......


I HATE TRAINS.
I HATE BRIDGES.
I HATE RICE.
I HATE TALLEST BUILDING EAST OF THE NIGER



Let me give the background to this piece. I was reading some comments on Twitter early in the week, when I ran into this one by one Dr Ben Gbenro: “Why are some people allergic to good news about Nigeria? You are angry about the test-run of Lagos-Ibadan rail, you are angry about the development in Onne Port, but will eagerly amplify any negative news even if it’s not true. Something is wrong with you and I am here to tell you.”

Of course, that comment generated responses, both positive and negative. But the one that caught my fancy specially was by Ayekooto, who declared: “We have got to a stage when GMB achievements can no longer be denied but hated. I hate trains. I hate bridges. I hate rice.”

Very profound. A lot of people can no longer deny the many achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari, particularly in the area of infrastructure, building a new Nigeria, and so, they have decided to hate it. Sad. Very sad.

Nobody can deny that there are very serious challenges in the country, particularly in the areas of security, the economy, and standard of living generally. But that is not all there is to Nigeria of today, and those challenges are being addressed very robustly. That hymn says “behind a frowning providence, He hides a smiling face. His purposes will ripen fast, unfolding every hour.” We will surely see an end to the challenges, if we all work together, and eschew hate speeches.

Why then do some people choose to see and amplify only negative things? Why do they choose to remain willfully blind and deaf to positive things? And surrounded and confronted by salutary developments, they keep repeating; what has the Buhari administration achieved? Show us.

You tell them that just last weekend, there was a test run of the Lagos-Ibadan rail project, with brand new coaches that will begin commercial operation before the end of the year.That is happening in a country where we were told we couldn’t afford new coaches when our oil was selling at over 100 dollars per barrel. Now, at about 40 dollars per barrel, we are launching new coaches. Instead of giving credit to a prudent government, they just say; I hate trains.

Okay, if you hate trains, what of brand new airports in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kano, Enugu, and others in the works? There was a time we were said to parade the worst airports in the world. But not any longer. Buhari reversed it in his four years. What do they say about that? They look up, look down, scratch their heads, and say; I hate airports. I’ve never even boarded a plane in my life, and I don’t want to board. Will I ever enter a plane if I’d been killed by bandits?

Okay. You hate airports and planes. What of bridges being built over rivers in different parts of the country, most especially the Second River Niger Bridge, which the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) built with mouth for 16 years. You tell them that the bridge is almost 50% done, and should be completed in the first quarter of 2022. There’s also the Loko-Oweto Bridge, linking Benue and Nasarawa States. It was started by a previous administration, but almost completed now. Like a cornered rat, their eyes dart furtively from corner to corner, seeking a hole to enter. Finding none, they tell you deadpan: I hate bridges.

Okay. All those are physical structures. So they want stomach infrastructure. You then tell them of the rice revolution, which has freed us from being a net importer of the product in the world. You point out that if Buhari hadn’t put his money where his mouth was, and encouraged us to go back to the land, causing rice farmers to rise from six to 12 million, we would have been in serious trouble when COVID-19 struck. How would we have imported rice, with all international borders closed, and no foreign exchange to even place orders? They pat their tummies gingerly, belch after a hearty meal, and then declare: I hate rice.

A Cancer Centre has been built and commissioned by President Buhari at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). An ultra-modern diagnostic center also built and commissioned in Kano. And just this week, another diagnostic centre built at a cost of $5.5 million, was commissioned at the Federal Medical Centre, Umuahia, in Abia State. What do they say of all these? “I hate hospitals. May I never need to use any diagnostic centre. It is not my portion.”

You join them to say amen, since you don’t have a hateful heart. And you remind them that the largest ever vessel in the country, Maerskline Stadelhorn, with a length of 300 meters and width of 48 meters, berthed few days ago at Onne Port, in Rivers State. That is the biggest ever container vessel to berth in any part of Nigeria. Onne people were delirious with joy, and praised the government to high heavens, because no vessel had come to their port for 12 years, till August last year, under Buhari. You tell the naysayers the positive economic implications, but they refuse to listen. They dive under water, shouting as they go: We hate container vessels.

You then take them to Yenagoa, in Bayelsa State. Just last week, the skyline of South-south and South-East was transformed, as President Buhari commissioned the tallest Federal Government structure in the region, the 17-story Nigerian Content Tower, Headquarters of Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).

The architectural masterpiece occupies an area equivalent to four football fields, and has a 1,000 seater conference centre plus a 10 MW power plant. Started in late 2015, now completed, all under Buhari. Engineer Simbi Wabote, Executive Secretary of the agency paid tribute to the resolve, determination and encouragement of the President, that saw the structure to completion in record time. And Wabote, third E.S of NCDMB in its 10 years history, has written his name in gold. Just because he has a supportive President.

Minister of State for Petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylvia, under whose tenure as Bayelsa State Governor the land was allocated for the project, declared: “The commissioning of this building is symbolic in many ways. It shows that Mr President is keen to see infrastructural development in every part of the country...It shows that skyscrapers and other laudable infrastructure can be built in the Niger Delta.”

But they say Buhari hasn’t achieved anything. You show them the 17-story building, and as they gaze skyward, their caps and headgear fall off. You pick the cap and headgear, dust and hand them back. And you ask, brothers and sisters, how now? Rather than admit defeat, they pull the caps and headgear over their eyes, and grumbled: We hate skyscrapers. They make us dizzy.

At that point, you pity them.
You realize that they need prayers.
They hate everything good.
They hate anything uplifting.
They hate development.
They hate their country.
They even hate themselves.


Again,
Don't forget to Quote us if you are one of the toothpicks arms lazy mofos.

Like you woke up this morning and type all these or you copied it somewhere? I'm beginning to believe you're one of the aides to PMB or something related to that.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by QuotaSystem: 6:11am On Aug 22, 2020
CodeTemplar:
What I hate is people without a soul. Get lost.

I will not enter the gutter with you.

But why so bitter over your country's increased capacity for flour production?

Please tell us.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by CodeTemplar: 6:18am On Aug 22, 2020
QuotaSystem:


I will not enter the gutter with you.

But why so bitter over your country's increased capacity for flour production?

Please tell us.
Mental, where is the bitterness? Get lost I insist.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by ovcwality(m): 6:30am On Aug 22, 2020
I personally don't like so many things in Nigeria and about buhari, but if the past leaders have put in the effort buhari is putting, i believe we would have be better

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by QuotaSystem: 6:41am On Aug 22, 2020
CodeTemplar:
Mental, where is the bitterness? Get lost I insist.

Good to know you're happy about BUA's success.

That is what we need.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Godons1: 6:45am On Aug 22, 2020
Nice one from one of North's silent Billionaires. He is the third richest man in Nigeria and the youngest Billionaire in Dollar .

The North are silent achievers,
Them no dey make mouth,
Them no dey chest beat,
Them no dey brag,
And them no send you.

I'm Igbo but I love Northerners die.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Hussainmaaji: 6:49am On Aug 22, 2020
A children's of underdeveloped region whom their businessmen are all fraudsters are just here raining useless comments they can't do a business that will bring development and more employment rather they will be into a business of rituals, 419, Yahoo Yahoo trafficking all those bad and illegal businesses plus looting of their region funds but their children curses is only them will be insulting a genuine business man from the other region, your region is founded on fraud so continue

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Mayflowa(m): 6:56am On Aug 22, 2020
ssannil:
Why Turkish firm? Well, reasons best known to him sha

Dollar is unreachable with US firms
Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Godons1: 6:59am On Aug 22, 2020
Hussainmaaji:
A children's of underdeveloped region whom their businessmen are all fraudsters are just here raining useless comments they can't do a business that will bring development and more employment rather they will be into a business of rituals, 419, Yahoo Yahoo trafficking all those bad and illegal businesses plus looting of their region funds but their children curses is only them will be insulting a genuine business man from the other region, your region is founded on fraud so continue


I'm Igbo, but I concur with what you said. We too dey chest beat. One Aboki business can buy 1000 of my Brothers business. Yet, you never see them brag about it.

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by Godons1: 7:03am On Aug 22, 2020
VirginSearcher:
Build only on a paper. Imagine a country with an illiterate lifeless as a president and a sharia dullard as a CJN. I don't know which day I will wake up to read a reasonable news about this country. undecided

The thing don dey pain this Biafran Girl well. grin grin grin

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Re: BUA Signs Deal With Turkish Firm To Build 2400TPD Flour Mills by eDeity: 7:05am On Aug 22, 2020
MANNABBQGRILLS:
From one good and positive news to another.
Our darling country will surely get there soon.
A better Nigeria is all we want and hope for.
We thank God we are making progress compared to the 16 years of failure and looting.

Some negative souls will always be pained with any news about progress for our darling country.
May that pain always live with them as long as they keep hoping for bad news for Nigeria.

More for them below.......


I HATE TRAINS.
I HATE BRIDGES.
I HATE RICE.
I HATE TALLEST BUILDING EAST OF THE NIGER



Let me give the background to this piece. I was reading some comments on Twitter early in the week, when I ran into this one by one Dr Ben Gbenro: “Why are some people allergic to good news about Nigeria? You are angry about the test-run of Lagos-Ibadan rail, you are angry about the development in Onne Port, but will eagerly amplify any negative news even if it’s not true. Something is wrong with you and I am here to tell you.”

Of course, that comment generated responses, both positive and negative. But the one that caught my fancy specially was by Ayekooto, who declared: “We have got to a stage when GMB achievements can no longer be denied but hated. I hate trains. I hate bridges. I hate rice.”

Very profound. A lot of people can no longer deny the many achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari, particularly in the area of infrastructure, building a new Nigeria, and so, they have decided to hate it. Sad. Very sad.

Nobody can deny that there are very serious challenges in the country, particularly in the areas of security, the economy, and standard of living generally. But that is not all there is to Nigeria of today, and those challenges are being addressed very robustly. That hymn says “behind a frowning providence, He hides a smiling face. His purposes will ripen fast, unfolding every hour.” We will surely see an end to the challenges, if we all work together, and eschew hate speeches.

Why then do some people choose to see and amplify only negative things? Why do they choose to remain willfully blind and deaf to positive things? And surrounded and confronted by salutary developments, they keep repeating; what has the Buhari administration achieved? Show us.

You tell them that just last weekend, there was a test run of the Lagos-Ibadan rail project, with brand new coaches that will begin commercial operation before the end of the year.That is happening in a country where we were told we couldn’t afford new coaches when our oil was selling at over 100 dollars per barrel. Now, at about 40 dollars per barrel, we are launching new coaches. Instead of giving credit to a prudent government, they just say; I hate trains.

Okay, if you hate trains, what of brand new airports in Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kano, Enugu, and others in the works? There was a time we were said to parade the worst airports in the world. But not any longer. Buhari reversed it in his four years. What do they say about that? They look up, look down, scratch their heads, and say; I hate airports. I’ve never even boarded a plane in my life, and I don’t want to board. Will I ever enter a plane if I’d been killed by bandits?

Okay. You hate airports and planes. What of bridges being built over rivers in different parts of the country, most especially the Second River Niger Bridge, which the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) built with mouth for 16 years. You tell them that the bridge is almost 50% done, and should be completed in the first quarter of 2022. There’s also the Loko-Oweto Bridge, linking Benue and Nasarawa States. It was started by a previous administration, but almost completed now. Like a cornered rat, their eyes dart furtively from corner to corner, seeking a hole to enter. Finding none, they tell you deadpan: I hate bridges.

Okay. All those are physical structures. So they want stomach infrastructure. You then tell them of the rice revolution, which has freed us from being a net importer of the product in the world. You point out that if Buhari hadn’t put his money where his mouth was, and encouraged us to go back to the land, causing rice farmers to rise from six to 12 million, we would have been in serious trouble when COVID-19 struck. How would we have imported rice, with all international borders closed, and no foreign exchange to even place orders? They pat their tummies gingerly, belch after a hearty meal, and then declare: I hate rice.

A Cancer Centre has been built and commissioned by President Buhari at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). An ultra-modern diagnostic center also built and commissioned in Kano. And just this week, another diagnostic centre built at a cost of $5.5 million, was commissioned at the Federal Medical Centre, Umuahia, in Abia State. What do they say of all these? “I hate hospitals. May I never need to use any diagnostic centre. It is not my portion.”

You join them to say amen, since you don’t have a hateful heart. And you remind them that the largest ever vessel in the country, Maerskline Stadelhorn, with a length of 300 meters and width of 48 meters, berthed few days ago at Onne Port, in Rivers State. That is the biggest ever container vessel to berth in any part of Nigeria. Onne people were delirious with joy, and praised the government to high heavens, because no vessel had come to their port for 12 years, till August last year, under Buhari. You tell the naysayers the positive economic implications, but they refuse to listen. They dive under water, shouting as they go: We hate container vessels.

You then take them to Yenagoa, in Bayelsa State. Just last week, the skyline of South-south and South-East was transformed, as President Buhari commissioned the tallest Federal Government structure in the region, the 17-story Nigerian Content Tower, Headquarters of Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).

The architectural masterpiece occupies an area equivalent to four football fields, and has a 1,000 seater conference centre plus a 10 MW power plant. Started in late 2015, now completed, all under Buhari. Engineer Simbi Wabote, Executive Secretary of the agency paid tribute to the resolve, determination and encouragement of the President, that saw the structure to completion in record time. And Wabote, third E.S of NCDMB in its 10 years history, has written his name in gold. Just because he has a supportive President.

Minister of State for Petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylvia, under whose tenure as Bayelsa State Governor the land was allocated for the project, declared: “The commissioning of this building is symbolic in many ways. It shows that Mr President is keen to see infrastructural development in every part of the country...It shows that skyscrapers and other laudable infrastructure can be built in the Niger Delta.”

But they say Buhari hasn’t achieved anything. You show them the 17-story building, and as they gaze skyward, their caps and headgear fall off. You pick the cap and headgear, dust and hand them back. And you ask, brothers and sisters, how now? Rather than admit defeat, they pull the caps and headgear over their eyes, and grumbled: We hate skyscrapers. They make us dizzy.

At that point, you pity them.
You realize that they need prayers.
They hate everything good.
They hate anything uplifting.
They hate development.
They hate their country.
They even hate themselves.


Again,
Don't forget to Quote us if you are one of the toothpicks arms lazy mofos.



N[b]o be only aids, na staphylococcus, cheesy wink
And these are the kinda kids calling their president names.
What a shame!! tongue tongue
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Lol grin like you didn't know it was a mistake, and can happen to anybody. An ancestor should know better na. There are more better things you could do with your life other than writing lengthy essay on Nairaland. Like we don't live in the streets of Nigeria and know what's on ground!

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