The bitter truth about petroleum subsidy removal

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If we refine crude oil in Nigeria, the prices of petroleum products would be far less than what we are currently paying and the issue of subsidy would not arise so the government would not need to save or recover whatever money they claim to be spending or wasting now all in the name of subsidy.

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You know that corruption and poverty are winning when

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You know that corruption and poverty are winning when - a policeman wakes up in the morning and instead of thinking about how to serve and protect he is busy thinking about new strategies he will use to extort money from the masses

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