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my dearest president decides to greet us this Independence Day morning with this!

this country is a big joke

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  • 0
    Well, it reached negative 50 per barrel once over in Merica as well, but I don't get this one.
  • 0
    So they are trying to compete with Saudi Arabia?
  • 2
    Subsidizing fuel prices in countries with lesser economic resources always seems to be a balancing act of trying to make transpiration and thus economic activity viable and ... managing the actual costs involved / viability to continue to do so.

    But a 'it's cheaper there' comparison doesn't really do much if you don't examine why and what you're trying to do at home.
  • 1
    that's a cool hat
  • 0
    @jadou of course, with our refineries that never generated a single profit from the last 43 years and billions of naira in losses.😂
  • 0
    Nigerian economics don’t make sense — and it shows.

    Also: He really needs to fire his tailor.
  • 0
    @ilechuks73 You don't have to do this!
  • 0
    @GiddyNaya do what exactly ?
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    @ilechuks73 Bring Nigeria's political shit on here. I'm Nigerian too and I don't think a post such as this one is good.
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    @GiddyNaya 😂😂😂😂
    don't worry. it's just today.

    besides you can scroll past it and act like it doesn't exist. are you Nigerian ?
  • 0
    @ilechuks73 Spread the good news not the bad ones.
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    BP mismanagement. And if aby politician kicked out BP, they'd just be assinated. Maybe not BP but oil companies in general.

    not even a conspiracy. just the way the world works.
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    @Wisecrack I don't think companies think in revenge. They will definitely fight for their position, but unless it's beneficial to them in the current situation they wouldn't assassinate a public figure, especially a politician.
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