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Blogs elsewere: Reverberations of the “Oil Subsidy” scam continue – Tola Adenle

It is now absolutely clear …

Submitted by tola adenle on May 1, 2012 – 13:47. [to saharareporters.com]

L-R: CBN’s Sanusi, IMF’s ChristineLagarde & Economy Czarina Okonjo Iweala

The “unsustainable” Trio huddled before the quartering of Nigerian masses – God knows where!

[Picture culled from Linda Ikeji’s Blog]

The details of the so-called “oil subsidy” which the whole world now knows as a real SCAM confirms to doubters everywhere that Nigerians were betrayed by their government and by those claiming to work in her interest led by Okonjo-Iweala and her know-all cohorts.  The “subsidy” scam that Nigerians were told was “unsustainable”, claims that were  echoed from Abuja to Washington which led to The Ambush on New Year’s Day by The Gang – IMF’s Lagarde, Okonjo Iweala and Sanusi while the real beneficiaries of government oil subsidy were still sleeping from the effect of New Year’s eve champagne parties seals the status of Nigeria as a country “pretending at nation-building under ‘crime syndicate’ stench”.

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4 Comments on “Blogs elsewere: Reverberations of the “Oil Subsidy” scam continue – Tola Adenle”

  1. Falade A.G. Says:

    I beg to hold a diametrically opposite opinion. I think Governor Adam Oshiomole et al have been vindicated by the House of Representatives reports which is that there was no need for oil subsidy. I listened to Oshiomole (not live) afew days before the ‘ambush’ of Nigerians by the Federal government (FG). He said there were powerful men in Nigeria who were feeding fat on the oil subsidy. Therefore, the best way is to pull off the carpet from under their feet. That’s, FG should refuse to pay the oil subsidy and therefore make the cabals redundant. Frankly, it was the execution of the removal of ”oil subsidy” that went wrong.

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    • emotan77 Says:

      Dear Prof.,

      Thanks for weighing in on a subject that cannot go away until the injustice of making Nigerian masses suffer for what did not benefit us but a few – is removed. That there was no need for subsidy may not be that accurate because even rich Western countries (as I’ve had cause to mention several times since the palaver started) subsidize various things; the Europeans do it and the Americans do it. Even countries in the Middle East with oil wealth do it.

      The fact you’ve raised regarding Oshiomole’s contention of the need to incapacitate those feeding fat on subsidy is countered by: why was a subsidy program started with apparently the main goal of enriching parasites? AND, why would the Jonathan administration want to punish the masses for what they did not benefit from on the advice of his Economy Czarina, Okonjo Iweala who apparently listened to music not audible to President Jonathan?

      Regards,
      TOLA.

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  2. Fatai Bakare Says:

    Anti, if I were God, hm, I will cast spell on them for deceiving the nation. But God who is omnipotent and omnipresent cannot be faulted. Walahi, I wish wishes were horses………….Well God will judge us according to our deeds. Where some people are using their brains to solve our economic problems, some were using theirs to profer lies to harden the condition of the poor masses. They will regret it one day.

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    • emotan77 Says:

      Thanks, Fatai.

      On the other hand, I often wonder if God on His throne on high is not fed up with a people to whom he’s given so much but who have done next to nothing to use their brains and resources which I bestowed to better their lot and bring their country to the level to which these resources AND their brains qualify them.

      As long as we continue to expect God to miraculously wipe out our tormentors without our leaving a collective finger, we will continue to be repressed by these characters who realize how easy we’ve been taken by the fake pastors, Imams, etcetera.

      Wake up, Nigerians, and take your collective destiny in your hands.

      Regards,
      TOLA.

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