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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by GOFRONT(m): 7:14am On Nov 22, 2020
Abeg na who be the present labour president??
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by NOC1(m): 7:14am On Nov 22, 2020
On increase in pump price, if the FG has been sincere in other sectors of the economy, people won’t be getting angry over it. Once subsidy is removed we all know that price will rise and that’s the reason Labour won’t have a case in going to strike.

The person that wrote this article understands this, but he must right to be on tabloid, he must right towards where he felt the masses stay
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by DEHVEHLOP(m): 7:14am On Nov 22, 2020
Nobody failed me, I don't live on government.









Shikena
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by erniok(m): 7:16am On Nov 22, 2020
There's nothing, absolutely nothing this regime has gotten right. Make us self sufficient then deregulate is rocket science to them, same stunt they pulled when the closed border cause of rice.
They really need an economic master strategist.
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by AroleOduduwa2: 7:18am On Nov 22, 2020
Neddstark:
This is the only reason why I love Oshiomhole. He was ready to drag it down with Obasanjo over the fuel increase then. He was the voice of the people. However, Labour today is simply a mere joke. None of them willing to have that fight for the people.

That’s because we practiced democracy then, now it’s illegal to protest or demand good governance

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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by NADFOR: 7:19am On Nov 22, 2020
NLC is more corrupt than The Nigerian POLICE
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by jaxxy(m): 7:25am On Nov 22, 2020
We need to analyze this properly before we say anyone has failed. The scenario is Jonathan’s time are quite different in Buhari’s time. Let’s do a logical comparison.

The problem is the situation of our oil sales and single main source of revenue doesn’t put us In a good position no matter how high or low oil goes.
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Dragonboll: 7:25am On Nov 22, 2020
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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Pinkybush(m): 7:26am On Nov 22, 2020
President + Minister of Petroleum collecting double salaries + double looting every month and fooling his zombie supporters since 2015

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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Brushstrokes20: 7:32am On Nov 22, 2020
... Irredeemable useless govt of self serving thieves and sadistic Tyrants!
The shithole is on a cliff edge!
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by dikeigbo2(m): 7:37am On Nov 22, 2020
which labour?....is it stomach labour or toothless labour because i cant remember if there is any labour union around living and doing its protectIve mandate.....
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by specialmati(m): 7:40am On Nov 22, 2020
FLYFIRE:
WE MUST RESET THIS COUNTRY IN 2023 PERIOD. We will see the idiots that will campaign for these idiots in 2023.
none of them deserve to retain any position in 2023,its just like they selected the worst type of humans among us to rule.just check the the type of zombies still supporting them.they all reason alike.at a stage i thought all of them is the same person. if we dont reduce the number of zombies in our environment,am afraid ooh.but God no go shame us
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Jack005(m): 7:43am On Nov 22, 2020
Proudlyngwa:
Vanguard has failed itself
So price of commodity should not increase when raw material increases
Zombies must support anything. Would you have said same thing under goodluck? Sycophant asshoe.
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by samwillyco1(m): 7:45am On Nov 22, 2020
Hmmm, welcome to the next level Governance with zero good initiative.

What will it take the Government to build a modern Refineries in this country, and ask all the muilt-natinatioal oil companies to build at least two or one working good refinery or leave the country? But instead they decided to borrow and build a railway lines that will link Nigeria to another Country that would give the country zero revenue, our leaders needs good orientation to get the services of futuristic and capable hands to run the affairs of Government and not the other way around.

A country or a person that borrow to consume or share among themselves and not to invest in viable or good business or businesses are bond to suffer and mortgage the future of it's offspring, children and citizens
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Proudlyngwa(m): 7:47am On Nov 22, 2020
Jack005:
Zombies must support anything. Would you have said same thing under goodluck? Sycophant asshoe.
Idiot stop living under assumption.
Did you know me during GEJs time
Sometimes you guys are just intentionally malicious and don't want to see reason.
Idiot
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by faoogoke(m): 7:48am On Nov 22, 2020
Vanguard newspapers should know better than coming up with an editorial like this.

The reality of fuel price in Nigeria is that it will rise and fall.

When it raises there's always so much needless noise like the one Vanguard newspaper is making.

And when the prices fall no one says anything.

Its time we adjust to the new reality and focus our energies on better issues.

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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Jack005(m): 7:49am On Nov 22, 2020
Proudlyngwa:

Idiot stop living under assumption.
Did you know me during GEJs time
Sometimes you guys are just intentionally malicious and don't want to see reason.
Idiot
Foolish paid shameless Apc urchin.. You are a disgrace to NdeNgwa.

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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by segebase(m): 7:49am On Nov 22, 2020
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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by waleadeagb(m): 7:56am On Nov 22, 2020
President Buhari Praying on how to be more wicked to Nigerians....Insha Allah!
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Proudlyngwa(m): 7:58am On Nov 22, 2020
Jack005:
Foolish paid shameless Apc urchin.. You are a disgrace to NdeNgwa.
If I am not paid by APC may your generation suffer misfortune can you say amen
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Nobody: 8:43am On Nov 22, 2020
Well, it isnt just a matter of bulding and fixing refinereis, but also making it profitable to refine petrol in Nigeria.

And the only way we can do that is by complete and total deregulation of the downstream sector. We must let petrol be sold at the market price, not at NNPC , Buhari 40 naira , Labour 120 naira or GEJ 86 naira.

Subsidy is an evil monster that eats the money we could have used for education, infrastructure , and so on....and gives us no return, and enriches a few big men.

We must deregulate. We should have deregulated in 1993, 2006 and 2012 . We did not listen.
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by superamoled: 9:08am On Nov 22, 2020
Faces of disappointment

Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by udemzyudex(m): 9:11am On Nov 22, 2020
AroleOduduwa2:
My problem is with the populace who voted Buhari, most of them witnessed how he singlehanded drove us to recession in the early 80s.

I don’t know if he’s wicked or just dumb, he closed land border back then which impacted us the wrong way, came back after 30 years to do the same.

Signed decree 4 which is basically what they are trying to achieve with the social media bill.

Nigeria will never move forward as long as we choose our leaders based on religious and ethnic sentiment


You've said it all, I didn't hear any good thing about him but I was surprise seeing some old men gallivanting on behalf of him.
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by adecz: 9:17am On Nov 22, 2020
I can't understand why it is
only price of petrol that is going up.

In my area, kerosene & diesel have
remained static, even in the face of
all the price hikes..
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by ivandragon: 9:27am On Nov 22, 2020
Hmmm

PMB is befret of any iota of administrative skill and logical reasoning.

He is also poorly educated in management strategies & as such, simply agrees to any rubbish proposition put before him because he cannot provide alternatives & debate issues with facts.

It is true deregulation is the way forward, but how can you say you have deregulated a business where NNPC are the sole importers of the product that has been deregulated?

How can you say you have deregulated & still have a minimum price band?

How can you say you have deregulated & yet the price of fuel in Lagos is almost the same in Sokoto or Maiduguri?

What the FG needs to do is remove/reduce associated costs & charges on a litre of fuel. Associated costs contribute about 30% to 50% of the price fuel in Nigeria.

Renegotiate the landing costs of pms. It is presently too high...

Remove bridging costs, it only serves to subsidize fuel to far areas up north...

Reduce NPA & NIMASA charges. They carry out duties that can be harmonised/subsumed under one or the other & yet have separate charges...

Reduce the thru-put jetty charges...

Remove or reduce financing charges (Can the FG tell us exactly what it constitutes?)...

Reduce storage charges...

Extend the duration a PMS tanker can remain in port without being surchaged before it discharges it's product...

Do something about the exchange rate because that is the main determinant of fuel pricing in nigeria...

If the FG can get it's act right, pms can be #100 in Lagos, #125 in Benin, #150 in Abuja & #180 in Sokoto... That is what deregulation is truly all about... You pay what it costs to get the product to you...
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by BenklinsJones(m): 9:42am On Nov 22, 2020
set of thieves ......


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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Nchenches: 10:09am On Nov 22, 2020
Even Vanguard is also failing Nigerians.

Vanguard online is a disaster - opened page not easy to read as it dances about and lots of adverts ready to kick off as one scrolls down. The Disqus comment section is no more.

Nigeria is troubled all over the place.
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Nchenches: 10:10am On Nov 22, 2020
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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by StaffofOrayan(m): 10:34am On Nov 22, 2020
jaxxy:
We need to analyze this properly before we say anyone has failed. The scenario is Jonathan’s time are quite different in Buhari’s time. Let’s do a logical comparison.

The problem is the situation of our oil sales and single main source of revenue doesn’t put us In a good position no matter how high or low oil goes.

Where are the refineries?
I guess our fate is to wait for dangote and Niger Republic?

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Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by StaffofOrayan(m): 10:34am On Nov 22, 2020
jaxxy:
We need to analyze this properly before we say anyone has failed. The scenario is Jonathan’s time are quite different in Buhari’s time. Let’s do a logical comparison.

The problem is the situation of our oil sales and single main source of revenue doesn’t put us In a good position no matter how high or low oil goes.
Re: Fuel: FG, Labour Have Failed Nigerians - Vanguard Editorial by Moz22: 11:44am On Nov 22, 2020
No be new thing anymore.. we are used to their failures

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