WHAT HAPPENED TO DEREGULATION?
BY: LES LEBA
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Deregulation was touted as a process that would encourage oil marketers to import fuel on their own account for sale rather than their almost total dependence on NNPC funded imports. The resultant freer market would encourage competition and petrol prices would presumably come… Continue
Added by LES LEBA on March 1, 2010 at 12:39pm —
One of the major challenges faced by dating and courtship partners is how to date and court appropriately.
In an era where dating has been taken as a licence for sexual intimacy, it is an uphill task convincing young single and single adults that they should keep sex out of their dating and courtship relationships. The few relationship experts and coaches who have been working and pushing for the young people to learn that by following certain proven
principles and practices, they… Continue
Added by Francis Nmeribe on March 1, 2010 at 7:30am —
The Political Apology of Obseervation.
No comment , No comment and No comment for now.... or how longue can I be under observation of the situation as it is being managed?. Observing who proffer solution and those who are profiting the situation. And the bad resonance it is having on the international scene.
From the beginning of another geo-political… Continue
Added by AGUNBIADE Pius on February 28, 2010 at 1:47pm —
My heart bleeds after three horrendous weeks of my life in Jos. Days after I left the state known as home for peace and tourism which unfortunately today have become abattoir for barbaric human killings I am hunted by my findings in the course of doc**enting the after-math of the crisis and the continued silent killings even with the presence of the Armed Forces to restore calm.…
Added by Chriss Aghana Nwobu on February 28, 2010 at 1:45pm —
I really don't know the kind of role we nigerian are laying down for other african country to follow, I really don't know why they called us the giant of africa. Is it because of the oil or what? Is a shame that we are the giants of africa yet we don't proved to be one, nothing is working in the country, everything seems upsidedown in the country, we have trillions of money yet we cannot be proud that we have good road n better environment, we have gas yet we cannot be proud of light for just… Continue
Added by Don razzi on February 28, 2010 at 7:39am —
Added by timmynaija on February 27, 2010 at 1:43pm —
“Horror along lagos- benin expressway!!! Man’s inhumanity to man. A bus was ambushed by armed robbers, the passengers were robbed and raped, those that had nothing to give were asked to lie down on the road face down and the driver on gun point was commanded by the robbers to drive the bus over them!!!! Will send pics as proof!!!! We need to really pray for ourselves and our loved ones. This photo was captured and sent to the… Continue
Added by Martin Dj zukk on February 27, 2010 at 11:18am —
ITS HARD TO BELIEVE THAT NIGERIA,OR ANY OTHER COUNTRY THE WORLD OVER,DOES NOT KNOW THE FATE OF ITS PRESIDENT AFTER 100 DAYS.
WHY IS OURS SUCH A LAWLESS STATE;CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHY NIGERIA IS UNIQUE IN ODD WAYS. THIS REALLY SUCKS!!!
Added by sambo rukuba on February 27, 2010 at 7:39am —
What Nigeria needs now is genuine political reform. Any right thinking man would see that the current Federation will sooner or later derail. The longer it takes to demise, the more the suffering for ordinary Nigerian citizen and on the other hand the more gainful to the self-styled politicians like the so called… Continue
Added by Richard Akin Olurombi on February 26, 2010 at 12:20pm —
What is happening in this Country? are we really a Country? why should one sect believe that they are to RULE Nigeria FOREVER? why should a President of a Country come back into that same Country at the WEE hours of the Night and during the time of evacuation, PHCN took light at the airport? when will Nigeria wake up from its SLUMMBER? if we dont want to exist as a country, why are we forcing ourselves to do so just for the interest in OIL that everybody wants to share… Continue
Added by Prince Enyinna Joshua on February 26, 2010 at 9:56am —
But the community rose up in arms because the building was built in 1938 as a cinema.
i guess English people are getting tired of Africans buying up their places.
You will remember another Nigerian just bought Gatwick airport.… Continue
Added by Roberta on February 26, 2010 at 2:38am —
Make it Better Knighthouse ft Ice Prince, Mo’Cheddah, Funbi + Mobie
Added by timmynaija on February 26, 2010 at 12:30am —
Are you planning to attend interview? Or you hope to attend one or
more interviews in the nearest future?
There questionnaires an interviewer asked to know whether some job seekers possess those enviable parameters suitable for such job before they are employ.
There are a lot of these interviews questions you must know and how to answer those questions in case you are asked.
Below are some… Continue
Added by Utibe Etim on February 25, 2010 at 8:01pm —
It is clear that the nefarious cabal that smuggled a comatose "Yar'Adua?" into Nigeria yesterday, are bent on controlling the patronage over the bloody-billions of oil money from the destitute delta region.
It is clear that this cabal shamelessly, ignores all norms of decorum and decency. Thereby, have denigrated and rubbished our already dented national image.
That there action have eroded the credibility and trust vested on our nation in the international eye. And, have… Continue
Added by Olumadu on February 25, 2010 at 6:17pm —
Nigeria’s foremost showbiz couple, Tunde and Wunmi Obe a.k.a. as T.W.O. corrects the misconception that celebrity marriages do not last. This couple has even gone as far as putting up an annual Valentine’s Day event called Cupid’s Ball, this event meant to to celebrate couples. For more… Continue
Added by Joan Iyede on February 25, 2010 at 2:34pm —
Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited (NAOC) operator of NNPC/ NAOC/ Phillips Joint Ventures in pursuance of its Community Development Program invites suitably qualified candidates for its 2009/ 2010 Tertiary Institutions Scholarship Awards Scheme. Continue
1. CATEGORIES OF AWARDS
- Host Communities Merit Award: For applicants strictly from NAOC host communities
- National Merit Award: For applicants from non-host communities.
Added by dare olubanwo on February 25, 2010 at 10:22am —
Former England manager, Glen Hoddle was expected to have arrived Nigeria’s federal capital, Abuja at 4am this morning aboard a British Airways flight from Hearthrow Airport in London for today’s interview for the vacant post of Super Eagles technical adviser. Continue
Complete Sports can confirm that Hoddle left London 11.30pm last night for Abuja accompanied by respected FIFA licensed football agent,John Olatunji S***tu.
Hoddle,one of the most successful English-born…
Added by dare olubanwo on February 25, 2010 at 9:01am —
Please my fellow citizens, what sort management is this? How can a Country as BIG as Nigeria be managed as if we are a private property of some group of people? mr President LEFT the country unannounced and was smuggled back unannouced and at the end of the day somebody will come out and start telling us FELLOW NIGERIANS .............................................
Added by Prince Enyinna Joshua on February 25, 2010 at 6:30am —
I need to let u know dat you will be remembered for two things in life after u might have transcended to the other world: THE PROBLEM YOU CREATED AND THE PROBLEM YOU SOLVED. Leaders and rulers of this Nation Nigeria at various capacities: local level, state level, federal level watch your deeds, whatsoever a man sow ,he shall surely reap.
God is counting time for u and if you refuse to do what is… Continue
Added by Akinlua Akinbiyi Dotun on February 25, 2010 at 12:00am —
Added by UWADIA OROBOSA on February 24, 2010 at 4:50pm —