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Thursday, September 08, 2016

Festus Keyamo Lectures On Global Recession.

Economic Recession is global,especially for Oil exporting Countries and Festus Keyamo hits the nail on the head with his piece of mind!...Agree or disagree ?wont change the status quo...









22 comments:

  1. I don't agree with you Mr keyamo. Keep differentiating when that time can be channeled to growing d economy???? The other day "Liar" Mohammad said d funds/loot recovered is not enough to do anything. So why can't they device a new plan??.
    The truth is looters can always be caught but that's not d main priority now, we can see the chasing looters for a year and half has brought more hardship to naija. Why not write a memo telling Gpa Buhari how to focus on the cries of the people really facing hardship and quit his Yeye looter finding.

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    1. They are tired of blaming Jonathan, now it's global. Government of excuses.Tufiakwa!! Incompetent lots

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    2. Imagine all he is saying..just to shield the present administration. The other oil producing countries, don't they pay their workers ? So it's only people whose loots have been taken that are crying of hardship abi? Mtschew . U guys should kuku sell nigeria ans rest nau

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    3. Did you read this? Sorry to say dear, IT MAKES NO SENSE.

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  2. Thank you brother keyamo. Tell them. Criminals and relations, associates, cronies and beneficiaries of criminals are shouting the loudest. Today, looters and beneficiaries of looting are confusing the innocent downtrodden telli g them they ate suffering. People who have known suffering for years. Their source of il-gotten money is blocked and they are now shouting. I don't care about APC or PDP but I support my president pmb any day, any time. If he will keep his feet down and accomplish what he set out to do irrespective of blackmail and intimidation, four years of this suffering will definitely reengineer us especially the trully hardworking while the lazy criminals, looters and embezzlers would become the losers

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    1. Sentimental reasons. Learn how to hold your leaders accountable.

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  3. Exactly! It's a global thing...especially for oil producing and exporting countries. It's not political so as much as possible leave politics out of this. Nigeria is hard now because of years of not planning for the raining day and mismanagement generally. The Sovereign Wealth Fund was more or less shared by governors and no one thought of developing other sectors. Now they are crying and being political.

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    1. Story, be suffering and don't hold your leaders accountable, keep creating excuses for poor performance. Na me and go dey suffer am

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  4. Crazyhornywife, I guess you write most of your comments in your horny state of mind,hence,your inability to use your brain.

    An educated illiterate is worse than a herdsman.

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  5. Yoy people should kwontinue deceiving yourself. You deceived us that our funds were looted via corruption and since this yeye change era, you have been busy recovering and prosecuting your enemies in the name of corruption free. Unfortunately, even with the so called recovery, we are facing immense hardship in the country even worst that when the corruption is here. Which way APC.

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  6. Thunder fire u Keyamo. U are a disgrace

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  7. Shame on u Keyamo. Remember the money u are seeing now is transit

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  8. Shame shame shame. Keyamo u are a disgrace and u sting of evil

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  9. Keyamo u are a bastard

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  10. Shame shame shame. Keyamo u are a disgrace and u sting of evil

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  11. Why are you do incredibly dumb???? Jeez!!!

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  12. Stella Abeg post

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  13. I support Buhari all the way.....I so much admire his method of leadership....

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  14. @ordinary people, you are right. That is what he is doing. Meanwhile we have never attempted to hold our leaders accountable before now hence we are where we are today. So if pmb would induce the spirit of accountability into us, that would be a very good achievement that would benefit one and all in the near future.

    You have right to hour opinion bity opinion is that anything is netter that the old order that strecjed over thirty years consecutively

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  15. Festus, you are such a mess. I taught you should know better than this. Am a Nigerian/ Canadian and I live in Canada we not experiencing recession here. We are majorly import dependent too and majorly export oil. Even after the fort McMurray fire we still not in recession.
    As of now the Buhari led administration is a failed government.
    We have notable economist in Nigeria don't we? Why can't they consult them. Better still take lessons from developing economies that have experienced recession.
    He has an empty head as a finance minister. There is no difference between him, an uneducated empty head and his ally's. His administration is so corrupt. We all taught he would bring positive change to Nigerians but he brings more pain instead.
    A year is gone, soon two years and four years. Nigerians have been in agony and pain.
    I hope now Nigerians become wiser and not biased.
    All we need is someone who would be passionate about Nigeria. Passionate in actions and not words. Who would take Nigerians as their own family. Not these thieves and criminals there for their selfish intrest.
    Nigerians please we cannot afford to take "a better choice" next time.
    It's either he can do the job or he can't.
    Am sure we had better candidates than Buhari/ Jonathan but perhaps we were too blind to see. I hope we all have learnt our lesson.
    God bless Nigeria.

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