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Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by skyman200(m): 3:22pm On Nov 22
Is late,sai baba till 2030

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Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by Lexicon123: 3:28pm On Nov 22
He has made suggestions (plausible ones at that). He is not saying "when I become the President...". Unfortunately, lots of comments so far have completely focused on the messenger.

One struggles to see the strategic objectives of the govt, not to talk of the processes of achieving them. Our leaders must be purposeful in their policies and actions and not to continue acting like an unorganized mob. Nigeria needs to focus on the essentials not frivolities.
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by Punakapunaka: 3:46pm On Nov 22
Atiku , Atiku # TALKING about Retired Custom officer !

Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by Dikachi12: 3:52pm On Nov 22
Just shut up and come out of recession first..before u start dis una sensless politic Atiku made somuch sense!
sodiqapril:

No way all he does is tweet...not a supporter of PDP but wike has been ther financial backbone while atiku is in Dubai chilling waiting for 2023 so he can share loots to delegate
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by Loveurneighbour: 3:58pm On Nov 22
Atiku Abubakar net worth. Former Vice President of Nigeria, $1.8 Billion.
They are all the same. But Atiku may be worse if given the opportunity.

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Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by Ihatemumu: 5:11pm On Nov 22
Sodiquinone:
some Nigerians think cursing buhari is the solution, they dont know if Buhari is cursed they are cursed too

so praising buhari would solve the problem?
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by ZooOga: 5:58pm On Nov 22
It looks like Dubai is once again his campaign headquarters for 2023. The former VP is getting an early start. wink


Confirmed: Ruto's Trip to Dubai in Photos

https://www.kenyans.co.ke/news/59358-confirmed-rutos-trip-dubai-photos

By DENIS MWANGI on 20 November 2020 - 7:49 pm

Kenyans.co.ke can now reveal Deputy President William Ruto’s whereabouts after much speculation on social media.

The online platforms were rife with rumours that DP Ruto had traveled out of the country after a meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday, November 18.

A close source to the county’s second in command disclosed that Ruto met with former Nigeria Vice President Atiku Abubakar in Dubai, UAE, on Friday, November 20.

Among those who accompanied the deputy president was former Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar.

The photo raised confusion as to whether the DP was in Nigeria while online political pundits claimed he was in Dubai.

Kenyans.co.ke can authoritatively report that the meeting took place in Dubai where the Nigerian politician has been living for many years.
Ruto is very active in public engagements and his whereabouts are likely to concern his followers and critics alike.

Kenyans were particularly interested in how the Deputy President would celebrate his wife Rachel's birthday which falls on November 20.

Mama Rachel was also not seen in the photos that emerged of Ruto in Dubai.

By the time of publishing, the DP had not posted a message to his spouse as he was fond of doing in previous years.

“Happy Birthday my lovely wife, best friend, confidant and companion, Mama Rachel. You are the greatest gift of my life, my peerless supporter and a distinguished mother to our lovely children. I am proud of you,” Ruto posted in 2019.

Coincidentally, the deputy president’s birthday falls exactly 31 days after his wife’s on December 21.

Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by emoney09: 6:27pm On Nov 22
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Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by King44(m): 6:29pm On Nov 22
lexy2014:


Are u sure Atiku was quiet during d endsars protests? Are u sure u can defend that claim?
when it came to demanding for justice he was silent, I can defend it.

Even if he demanded, that is not the issue, we should stop recycling failures.
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by King44(m): 6:30pm On Nov 22
lexy2014:


Are u sure Atiku was quiet during d endsars protests? Are u sure u can defend that claim?
when it came to demanding for justice he was silent, I can defend it.

Even if he demanded, that is not the issue, we should stop recycling failures.

That is why we are here today
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by mauchiz: 6:55pm On Nov 22
When they were borowing money to pay themselves 29,000,000 naira every month, did they not know it can cause recession?
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by lexy2014: 7:51pm On Nov 22
xtervaganza:
perhaps, one day you will understand, but today, it's well beyond you. Relax

But u aren't able to answer a simple question. Don't u think u are d one who doesn't have d cerebral capacity for d conversation?

Since u understand, How is what u said related to d write up by Atiku?
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by lexy2014: 7:54pm On Nov 22
King44:
when it came to demanding for justice he was silent, I can defend it.

Even if he demanded, that is not the issue, we should stop recycling failures.

That is why we are here today

It is an issue if he demanded because u said he didn't demand it. So u should be able to defend ur claims. Since u can defend ur claims, am sure u can start by negating d news report below:

https://www.businesspost.ng/general/endsars-protest-atiku-joins-nigerians-call-scrapping-sars/
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by xtervaganza(m): 8:00pm On Nov 22
I do not wish to continue having back and forth with a foolani slave
lexy2014:


But u aren't able to answer a simple question. Don't u think u are d one who doesn't have d cerebral capacity for d conversation?

Since u understand, How is what u said related to d write up by Atiku?
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by lexy2014: 8:05pm On Nov 22
xtervaganza:
I do not wish to continue having back and forth with a foolani slave

Funny enough, am not fulani.

But u aren't able to answer a simple question. Don't u think u are d one who doesn't have d cerebral capacity for d conversation?

Since u understand, How is what u said related to d write up by Atiku?
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by eeetuk(m): 8:49pm On Nov 22
Vanguardng.com: “For example, a stimulus package, in the form of monthly cash transfers of ₦5000 to be made to every bank account holder, verified by a Bank Verification Number, whose combined total deposit in the year 2019 was lower than the annual minimum wage.

Now, how will this be funded? By more profligate borrowing? No. I propose a luxury tax on goods and services that are exclusively accessible only to the super-wealthy. A tax on the ultra-wealthy to protect the extremely poor.”


I support Atiku’s proposal above, but my only concern about the success of this proposal is Nigeria does not have infrastructures in place to identify rich Nigerians and assess the collection required. For example, Nigerians don’t have social security card number or national identification numbers in a national data base. Without national identification numbers to identify and classify citizens into rich and poor class, success of this proposal is just a dream.

Another area I like about Atiku proposal is that it will move Nigeria from current socialist economic system to capitalist economy. The different between socialist system of economy and capitalist economy is in socialist economy, profit of an enterprise is controlled by the government and the prices of goods and services are regulated. Whereas in capitalist economic system, owners of private enterprise control the profits and prices of goods and services are controlled by market forces [Demand and Supply].

And another significance thing about capitalist economy is-- it encourages more investments, it generates revenues to government in the form of taxes, creates jobs opportunities for locals, and prices of goods and services are much lower.

It should be noted that African economies are in terrible state because governments don’t have a system—that makes sure all employed pay taxes. That is why Nigerian government cannot fund services like police, good drinking water, steady power supply, and provide for the poor in time of needs.

As a result, you have increase in poverty, unemployment, kidnappings, vandalisms, armed robberies and murders.

So, and to Atiku point, Nigerian government should take Atiku proposal very seriously. Start now!
Re: Atiku Abubakar: We Must Exit This Recession With Precision by Gamesmart: 9:27am On Nov 23
What Athiefku really means is:

"If I was in power, we will end this reception with corruption".

Baastard thief!!!

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