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In Nigeria when subsidy is removed on petroleum, people protest & the whole country shuts down every activity & some patriots even die during the protest, but when hundreds of people are killed by sects using bombs, nobody stages protest, comments vehemently against the act or insults the president, because it didn't happen in their vicinity & none of their relatives are affected or because they are afraid to speak & get bombed too...
Where is that "Occupy Nigeria"?
Where are the Celebrities????
Where are the Opposition Parties?
Where is NLC?
Where are Nigerians?
Were they all in the blast?
Why is everyone mute now?
Is Kano State not in Nigeria?
Is this not a more serious issue/reason for all Nigerians to wear black rags & truly OCCUPY NIGERIA with peaceful protest against mass killings of innocent ones? How safe are you now where you are? Yes! you reading this status & feeling safe.
Do we have energy & strength only on subsidy removal issues? Everyon…
QuizCheck the items below that determine your standard of living:❒ The economy❐ Your employer❒ Thinking good thoughts❐ Your parents❐ Luck, fate, destiny❐ Big business❐ Chanting, hoping, meditating❐ The government❒ Rich people❐ Your productivityIf you selected the last factor, you can do something to improve your lifestyle."Products are the basis of a standard of living. They don't appear from midair. They come from work truly done." -- L. Ron HubbardThat's right. Your products determine your lifestyle.When you produce enough valuable products, you earn the standard of living you want.So What Is Your Product?What do you produce? What is the end result of your hard work? What do you get paid for?If you build houses, your product is a "house." If you publish books, your product is a "book." If you cook food, your product is "a meal."If you produce a service, such as a hotel clerk, your product is "a happy hotel guest." If you are …
What is the ideal lifestyle for you? If everything went well this year, how would you be living? Take a minute to write down the lifestyle you want.
What is the ideal lifestyle for you? If everything went well this year, how would you be living? Take a minute to write down the lifestyle you want.
Can A Pregnant Woman's Job Be Terminated Without Any Reason In Nigeria?
Soldiers Flood Lagos Streets As Jonathan Orders The Army To Forestall OccupyNigeria Protests | Sahara Reporters: http://bit.ly/wK4IPP

This man is a Democratic Dictator.

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This really stinks – NIGERIA SENATOR’S SALARY PACKAGE!!!

August 2nd, 2010 | Author: Peter Okali

Check out this email I received detailing the outrageous figures paid to a Nigeria Senator. Little wonder why everyone in Nigeria has political ambitions and will do whatever it takes to get there.

Basic Salary (BS) – N2,484,245.50

Hardship Allowance @ 50% of Basic Salary – N1,242,122.70 (I love this kind of hardship)

Constituency allowance @ 200% of BS  -  N4,968,509.00

Furniture Allowance @ 300% of BS – N7,452,736.50

Newspaper allowance @ 50% – N1,242,122.70 (Which kind newspaper be this, abi na online or hard copy?)

Wardrobe allowance @ 25%  – N621,061.37

Recess Allowance @ 10% – N248,424.55

Accommodation @ 200%  – N4,968,509.00

Utilities @ 30%  – N828,081.83

Domestic Staff @ 35%  – N863,184.12

Entertainment @ 30% – N828,081.83

Personal Assistance @ 25%   – N621,061.37

Vehicle Maintenance Allowance @ 75%  – N1,863,184.12

Leave Allowance @ 10% – N248,424.55

One off payments (Severance gratuity) @ 300% …
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What You Should Know If Arrested While Protesting In Nigeria occupynigeria

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On January 9th, 2012, there will be massive protests against the removal of fuel subsidy across Nigeria, barring any intervention. As one who has handled a large amount of criminal defense cases within the past ten (10) years of practicing law, I know that when there is a massive gathering like the ones anticipated protesting actions by the establishment, it increases the likelihood of altercations and arrests. Accordingly, this is a cheat sheet on what to do if you are arrested in Nigeria while protesting against the removal of fuel subsidy this upcoming Monday. Share this article with as many people as possible and tell them to share with others that will also be protesting.

What You Should Know if Arrested While Protesting in Nigeria

         1. Chapter IV, Sections 39 and 40 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria gives you the  constitutiona…
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Agbakoba kicks against subsidy withdrawal

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A former President of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Mr Olisa Agbakoba, on Monday in Lagos, criticised the withdrawal of fuel subsidy by the government on January 1, calling it “an unpopular’’ decision.

Agbakoba stated that the government disregarded ongoing consultations with the different spectrum of the public on the matter.

“It is unfortunate. I am highly disappointed that government disregarded public outcry against fuel subsidy removal.

“There are ongoing public consultations on this issue and it was even debated at the National Assembly without any conclusion.

“I expected President Jonathan to have waited for the legislators to return from their Christmas break before taking any action on the issue,’’ he said.

Agbakoba, who also described the decision as ill-timed, added: “It is wrong for the government to take such abrupt decision about an issue so sensitive and unpopular.

“In spite of the fact that there…
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Prophecies for 2012
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1. He said many considered to be absolutely barren will be fruitful.



2. He said family histories will be rewritten, including an end to premature death.



3. He said desperate prayers will get quick reply this year.


4. He said some will experie…
Moved by the level of destruction and
gory details of how innocent lives were
lost at the St. Theresa’s Catholic Church
during the Christmas Day bomb blast,
President Jonathan openly wept
yesterday when he visited Madalla, a
suburb that shares common borders with
the Federal Capital Territory.
Jonathan, who had gone to commiserate
with the victims and relatives of the
blast, was touched by the wailing of
families of the bereaved. He was
conducted round the premises by Rev.
Father, Isaac Achi, the priest in charge of
the church.
Relatives of those affected by the blast
had to be held back as they rolled on the
bare floor, lamenting their loss.
On sighting the wailing crowd, President
Jonathan betrayed his emotions and he
was promptly dragged away by his aides.
Speaking later, the President promised
to carry out some drastic measures to
turn Suleja town, known for its notoriety,
upside down beginning from last night.
He said: “When the terrorists struck in
Niger State, it was in Suleja. Luckily the
local governme…
Moved by the level of destruction and
gory details of how innocent lives were
lost at the St. Theresa’s Catholic Church
during the Christmas Day bomb blast,
President Jonathan openly wept
yesterday when he visited Madalla, a
suburb that shares common borders with
the Federal Capital Territory.
Jonathan, who had gone to commiserate
with the victims and relatives of the
blast, was touched by the wailing of
families of the bereaved. He was
conducted round the premises by Rev.
Father, Isaac Achi, the priest in charge of
the church.
Relatives of those affected by the blast
had to be held back as they rolled on the
bare floor, lamenting their loss.
On sighting the wailing crowd, President
Jonathan betrayed his emotions and he
was promptly dragged away by his aides.
Speaking later, the President promised
to carry out some drastic measures to
turn Suleja town, known for its notoriety,
upside down beginning from last night.
He said: “When the terrorists struck in
Niger State, it was in Suleja. Luckily the
local governme…
1) One barrel of Crude oil = 42gallons or
159 litres

... 2) Our Refineries (i.e 4) Installed
(combined) capacity = 445,000
... barrels per day

3) Actual refineries capacity due to
ageing equipment = 30% i.e. 133,500
barrels per day
.
4) . . 133,500 barrels = 21.2 million litres

5) Local required consumption (F.O.S) =
12millions litres

6) It means that even our MORIBOND
refineries can actually meet our local
consumption need of petroleum.

7) The cost structure of crude oil (i.e.
Qua Iboe Crude Oil) production;
- Findings / development - $3.5
- Production cost - $1.5
- Refining Cost - $12.6
- Pipeline/transportation - $1.5
- Distr/bridging fund Margin -$15.69

8) True cost of one litre of petroleum
anywhere in Nigeria;
- Total sum cost = $34.8
- 1ltr cost = $34.8/159 litres = $0.219
- Naira equiv. 0.219xN160= N35.02k
- Add Tax N5 + N35.02 = N40.02

9) Let FGN refute the above composition
and if not, they should tell us how
they came about N65/litre.

10) Locally refined products cannot be
sold at International price.

11) …
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Kayode Ajulo, a lawyer, founder/ Chairman of the Board of Egalitarian Mission, Africa, a non-governmental organization maintaining and promoting the belief that all people are, in principle, equal and should enjoy equal social, political, and economic rights and opportunities, bares his mind on the issue of petrol subsidy removal and , the NNPC probe.

Proposed removal of fuel subsidy
As far as I am concerned, it’s like chasing a shadow. When I was boy, I always had this funny idea; when the sun is up and you see your shadow by your side, there is this tendency to try to step on it but doing this is an impossibility and that’s is what the government of the day has been trying to do. It is impossible. General Olusegun Obasanjo tried it, what was the outcome?

First, there is nothing like fuel subsidy. What are they removing? The other day , Mrs. Okonjo-Iweala said it’s the cost of bringing the fuel to Nigeria and I say to Madam Finance Minister that that’s is the cost of administrative inco…