The Nigerian Navy Destroys Hundreds of Illegal Crude Oil Refineries in Port Harcourt (PHOTOS) (Page 2)

Date: 07-09-2015 2:33 pm (5 years ago) | Author: Giwa bayo
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- hackynoni111 at 7-09-2015 06:24 PM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: PoliticxGuru on  7-09-2015 05:09 PM
Dis is not d solution
Atleast they should start from somewhere
Posted: at 7-09-2015 06:24 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- hackynoni111 at 7-09-2015 06:25 PM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: mary11 on  7-09-2015 06:06 PM
Illegal refinery everywhere

God go catch dem one by one
Posted: at 7-09-2015 06:25 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- hackynoni111 at 7-09-2015 06:27 PM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: mary11 on  7-09-2015 06:06 PM
Illegal refinery everywhere
God go catch dem one by one
Posted: at 7-09-2015 06:27 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- temi_1 at 7-09-2015 06:45 PM (5 years ago)
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Nice work
Posted: at 7-09-2015 06:45 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- DJSNIPPER at 7-09-2015 06:53 PM (5 years ago)
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I hate to hear that a refinery is illegal in Nigeria. As far as the refineries are capable of refining crude oil why not make them legal? If all the so called illegal refineries are made legal will it not reduce unemployment? Will it not increase the supply of petroleum products in the market in Nigeria? If the owners of the so called illegal refineries are given license to operate at their level it will encourage them to standardize their mode of operation. Let us stop destroying the products that are scarce in the name of refinery being illegal. After all we have National Assembly that can make it legal. Let us encourage them to produce at a higher capacity and keep surveillance on them so that they will not divert their products to outside Nigeria. Let me state categorically here that tagging them illegal nor destroying their equipment will not prevent further eruption of more such refineries. So the best approach to it is by recognizing them and keeping watch on them as they contribute to the refining problem of Nigeria’s crude oil. It is actually ridiculous to call what one has illegal while the ones owned and managed by foreigners are legal.
Posted: at 7-09-2015 06:53 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- dareshola at 7-09-2015 06:56 PM (5 years ago)
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why destroying it instead you encourage them. since our government cannot refine crude then the masses are helping the government do there jobs.
Posted: at 7-09-2015 06:56 PM (5 years ago) | Upcoming
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- Machealex at 7-09-2015 07:05 PM (5 years ago)
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WHAT A SHAME
Posted: at 7-09-2015 07:05 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- babafero at 7-09-2015 07:08 PM (5 years ago)
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let them take their shares of the country
Posted: at 7-09-2015 07:08 PM (5 years ago) | Upcoming
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- barackderay at 7-09-2015 07:25 PM (5 years ago)
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Omo c illegal business


Nigerian Navy kudos
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- joyfulaim at 7-09-2015 08:07 PM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: DJSNIPPER on  7-09-2015 06:53 PM
I hate to hear that a refinery is illegal in Nigeria. As far as the refineries are capable of refining crude oil why not make them legal? If all the so called illegal refineries are made legal will it not reduce unemployment? Will it not increase the supply of petroleum products in the market in Nigeria? If the owners of the so called illegal refineries are given license to operate at their level it will encourage them to standardize their mode of operation. Let us stop destroying the products that are scarce in the name of refinery being illegal. After all we have National Assembly that can make it legal. Let us encourage them to produce at a higher capacity and keep surveillance on them so that they will not divert their products to outside Nigeria. Let me state categorically here that tagging them illegal nor destroying their equipment will not prevent further eruption of more such refineries. So the best approach to it is by recognizing them and keeping watch on them as they contribute to the refining problem of Nigeria’s crude oil. It is actually ridiculous to call what one has illegal while the ones owned and managed by foreigners are legal.

They are called illegal because the people break pipelines and steal our crude oil which they use on these refineries with the help of our politicians. they can not survive if they buy crude oil legally and the quality is not good for cars and generators
Posted: at 7-09-2015 08:07 PM (5 years ago) | Upcoming
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- emma4love3 at 7-09-2015 08:14 PM (5 years ago)
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aaaaah..... thank Godg cc
Posted: at 7-09-2015 08:14 PM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- Cynty4real at 7-09-2015 08:43 PM (5 years ago)
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tank God
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- Moviing007 at 7-09-2015 09:02 PM (5 years ago)
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These baboons and monkey called Nigerian navy are destroying Biafran Environment. Why should they burn the place up, is there no other way to handle this? Fools!!
Posted: at 7-09-2015 09:02 PM (5 years ago) | Newbie
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- SweetDaddy1 at 7-09-2015 09:37 PM (5 years ago)
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Why not give the people licence and make it legal refineries, burning the products and destroying
The local refineries is totally a wrong ideal.
Posted: at 7-09-2015 09:37 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- bohlah at 7-09-2015 09:44 PM (5 years ago)
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Weldone

Posted: at 7-09-2015 09:44 PM (5 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- dollypiper at 7-09-2015 11:02 PM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: innocentbola on  7-09-2015 04:54 PM
Whatever, as long as they destroyed it...

Abii. Oo
Posted: at 7-09-2015 11:02 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- dollypiper at 7-09-2015 11:04 PM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: PoliticxGuru on  7-09-2015 05:08 PM


What fertile land? You call a place where illegal. Activities. Take place a fertile. Land?
Posted: at 7-09-2015 11:04 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- dollypiper at 7-09-2015 11:05 PM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: Moviing007 on  7-09-2015 09:02 PM
These baboons and monkey called Nigerian navy are destroying Biafran Environment. Why should they burn the place up, is there no other way to handle this? Fools!!

Haha. Biafran land for where? You better wake up from your slumber
Posted: at 7-09-2015 11:05 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- dollypiper at 7-09-2015 11:07 PM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: DJSNIPPER on  7-09-2015 06:53 PM
I hate to hear that a refinery is illegal in Nigeria. As far as the refineries are capable of refining crude oil why not make them legal? If all the so called illegal refineries are made legal will it not reduce unemployment? Will it not increase the supply of petroleum products in the market in Nigeria? If the owners of the so called illegal refineries are given license to operate at their level it will encourage them to standardize their mode of operation. Let us stop destroying the products that are scarce in the name of refinery being illegal. After all we have National Assembly that can make it legal. Let us encourage them to produce at a higher capacity and keep surveillance on them so that they will not divert their products to outside Nigeria. Let me state categorically here that tagging them illegal nor destroying their equipment will not prevent further eruption of more such refineries. So the best approach to it is by recognizing them and keeping watch on them as they contribute to the refining problem of Nigeria’s crude oil. It is actually ridiculous to call what one has illegal while the ones owned and managed by foreigners are legal.

Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh?Huh???
Posted: at 7-09-2015 11:07 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- dickieponga at 7-09-2015 11:27 PM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: DJSNIPPER on  7-09-2015 06:53 PM
I hate to hear that a refinery is illegal in Nigeria. As far as the refineries are capable of refining crude oil why not make them legal? If all the so called illegal refineries are made legal will it not reduce unemployment? Will it not increase the supply of petroleum products in the market in Nigeria? If the owners of the so called illegal refineries are given license to operate at their level it will encourage them to standardize their mode of operation. Let us stop destroying the products that are scarce in the name of refinery being illegal. After all we have National Assembly that can make it legal. Let us encourage them to produce at a higher capacity and keep surveillance on them so that they will not divert their products to outside Nigeria. Let me state categorically here that tagging them illegal nor destroying their equipment will not prevent further eruption of more such refineries. So the best approach to it is by recognizing them and keeping watch on them as they contribute to the refining problem of Nigeria’s crude oil. It is actually ridiculous to call what one has illegal while the ones owned and managed by foreigners are legal.
Dose ppl dey cost d economy billions of dollars in lost revenue every year so it's not adviceable.
Posted: at 7-09-2015 11:27 PM (5 years ago) | Hero
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