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President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by NGpatriot: 4:55pm On Dec 22, 2020
Today I commissioned an Integrated Gas Handling Facility built & operated by Nigerian Petroleum Development Company, a Subsidiary of @NNPCgroup, in Oredo, Edo State. It is the largest onshore LPG plant in Nigeria, with the potential of supplying about 20% of Nigeria’s LPG demand.

We are making tremendous progress. We wrapped up 2019 with the Final Investment Decision (FID) for NLNG Train 7, and are now exiting 2020 with this milestone commissioning of the Oredo Integrated Gas Handling Facility, which will support our National Gas Expansion Program.
https://twitter.com/MBuhari/status/1341393915803553797?s=19

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by plaindealer: 4:56pm On Dec 22, 2020
NGpatriot:
God Bless Nigeria


God Bless PMB.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by NGpatriot: 4:57pm On Dec 22, 2020
More.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by Sammy07: 4:58pm On Dec 22, 2020
NGpatriot:
God Bless Nigeria

God Bless PMB.
located where? source? you didn't give us full details.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by NGpatriot: 5:01pm On Dec 22, 2020
Sammy07:


located where?
source?
you didn't give us full details.


Ologbo, Edo State.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by NGpatriot: 5:03pm On Dec 22, 2020
Buhari commissions NPDC’s Edo integrated gas plant today


Arrangements have been concluded for the official unveiling of the Nigerian Petroleum Development Company’s (NPDC) Oredo Integrated Gas Handling Facility (IGHF) at Ologbo Edo State today by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Managing Director of NPDC, a subsidiary of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Mansur Sambo, disclosed that the company is now the largest supplier of natural gas to the domestic market, having contributed an additional 600 million standard cubic feet per day (mmscf/d) to the market.

He stated this during a tour of the facility ahead of its virtual commissioning by President Buhari.


https://guardian.ng/news/buhari-commissions-npdcs-edo-integrated-gas-plant-today/

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by Sammy07: 5:05pm On Dec 22, 2020
NGpatriot:


Ologbo, Edo State.
Alright thanks,
Edeyoung aka greyboy. How far this community sounds Yoruba. it's even under a community called Ikaye.
Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by NGpatriot: 5:14pm On Dec 22, 2020
Sammy07:


Alright thanks,

Edeyoung aka greyboy.
How far this community sounds Yoruba.
it's even under a community called Ikaye.


I think it's because of the ancestral and cultural connection between Benin and Yoruba.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by Biodun556(m): 5:16pm On Dec 22, 2020
May God bless Buhari

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by Kapilta(m): 5:20pm On Dec 22, 2020
God bless PMB on top wetin? SMH. Bubu zombies.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by Sammy07: 5:23pm On Dec 22, 2020
NGpatriot:



I think it's because of the ancestral and cultural connection between Benin and Yoruba.

lol, no let Benin people catch you ooo.
my hands no dey there grin

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by michoim(m): 6:10pm On Dec 22, 2020
God bless Nigeria!
God bless PMB!

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by Nobody: 6:11pm On Dec 22, 2020
Biodun556:
May God bless Buhari

Bless him because he used his money to build it?
Bless him because he is not collecting salary for been president?
Bless him because he is actually doing his job that he's been paid for?

What exactly are you blessing him for?

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by PAWG(m): 6:11pm On Dec 22, 2020
By proxy I guess. Nice

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:12pm On Dec 22, 2020
Kudos to our darling Daddy for all the good works he and his Vice president have been doing all over our darling nation.

Slow and steady, Nigeria will be great in our lifetime.

Exc2000:
cool
For Lagos -Ibadan - Abeokuta standard guage Rail way

Happy birthday Buhari and God bless Rotimi Amaechi as well
Correct.

More sad news to the eyes of wailers..........

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.


Once Again,,
Happy Birthday to our handsome darling Daddy.

To the enemies of the country,
Children of hate. Frustrations and perdition,
The anointing wey all of us @MANNABBQGRILLS carry,
No be una Papa mate!

No Cap!

MAY BUHARI SUCCEED.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by Blackdisciple(m): 6:13pm On Dec 22, 2020
nice one every good work is always good
but it's like Baba wasn't at the commissioning site oo cos no pics of him
Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:13pm On Dec 22, 2020
Biodun556:
May God bless Buhari
michoim:
God bless Nigeria!
God bless PMB!
Amen.
God bless you too guys.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:13pm On Dec 22, 2020
maynia:


Bless him because he used his money to build it?
Bless him because he is not collecting salary for been president?
Bless him because he is actually doing his job that he's been paid for?

What exactly are you blessing him for?

Kapilta:
God bless PMB on top wetin? SMH. Bubu zombies.

Now, Take your reply below from reasonable members please......

etrouble:


No, God bless him because he did not embezzle the money like Obasanjo and Goatluck Jonaddaft did

arsenal33:
Bless him because other presidents did not do it

etrouble:


Hatred is a generational curse
Surely, it is for haters and wailers.
Haters of good news.
wellmax:


Children of hate and perdition will always be present.

God bless PMB
God bless Nigeria.
Thank you guys for replying them in apt MANNER,
Most of us @MANNA couldn't have pen this any better.
Good to know we still have reasonable and wise youths like you guys on this forum.
Nigeria will be great again, we are on the right track.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by uptimum123(m): 6:13pm On Dec 22, 2020
Baba Buhari always doing wonders

Progress being made everywhere

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by christopheojo(m): 6:14pm On Dec 22, 2020
NGpatriot:



Ologbo, Edo State.
My Friend ologbo is not part of OREDO but they said OREDO ologbo should be under ikpoba okha local govt......

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by ITbomb(m): 6:15pm On Dec 22, 2020
Where is Buhari

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by rawtouch: 6:15pm On Dec 22, 2020
ok, but where him dey for the pictures
Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by abragr8: 6:15pm On Dec 22, 2020
Good

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by MANNABBQGRILLS: 6:15pm On Dec 22, 2020
uptimum123:
Baba Buhari always doing wonders

Progress being made everywhere
A youth with a sound and positive minds.
God bless you and Merry Christmas in advance.

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Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by Dovegrey: 6:16pm On Dec 22, 2020
Sammy07:

Alright thanks,
Edeyoung aka greyboy. How far this community sounds Yoruba. it's even under a community called Ikaye.
Aka land grabber
Re: President Buhari Commissions Nigeria's Largest Onshore LPG Plant In Edo State by Dedetwo(m): 6:17pm On Dec 22, 2020
Every industrial procurement is carefully placed out of Igbo land. I am still flabbergasted when certain goons from Igbo land talk about One-Nigeria. I guess a fool at forty is done forever. Nigeria as presently constituted has no fundamental hope for Igbo chaps.

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