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So yesterday, I read this article shared by our egbon @Olusegunverdict and I registered my personal opinion as a Nigerian.
Today, I hope to compile everything I said in a thread for easy accessibility.
#MyRebuttalToHisVerdict issa thread👇👇leggooo🕺🕺🕺
This may take a little time, the reason is simply because I might have to be away from my PC once in a while to attend to some network issues (Na that one dey feed my family for now😜😜😜).
But as much as I can update this thread, I will be quick to do so #MyRebuttalToHisVerdict
No, any view to any article or thread by anybody is not personal & that does not reduce the regards we have for those we look up to.
Just that during election season like this, we must all come to a conclusion that the best of men, are still men at their best. We can disagree!
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This Kaduna based man was so happy about #PMBPaysPensions via @FinMinNigeria @ZShamsuna that he posted it on his social media, his intolerant bosses headed by SP Mesujamba’s Baba-Ahmed fired him immediately. How can he be happy Buhari is paying pensions?.…
This young man has relatives that got retrenched and denied their pensions by Atiku and Obasanjo,so on hearing that #PMBPaysPensions he couldn’t hide his joy
His boss Hakim Baba Ahmed couldn’t stand such happiness linked to Buhari. He sacked him
No one will leave this life alive
Umar Ridwan didn’t steal
He didn’t come to work late
His only crime for the sack was being happy his relatives/friend’s parents were getting their money via #PMBPaysPensions
My grandpa used to say,no one will leave this life alive, Oga Hakim Baba-Ahmed use your power small small
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Everyday you keep wailing #BuhariIsLifeless
Everyday you keep singing #BuhariWeyYourCertificate

But #LifelessBuhari is redeeming what others didn't do for 24 years..#BuhariPaysPension

The same Buhari for #TraderMoni #Npower #RailUpNg ##CashTransfer etc..

Before Buhari came in 2015,
We never heard much of Yaradua, yet Jonathan was DORMANT...
Obasanjo was at loggerhead with Atiku..
Jonathan was as confused as his Sambo...

But Buhari gave Osinbajo free hands🙄🙄
Buhari is.....
The same #LifelessBuhari, yet #PMBPaysPensions to those neglected for 16 years of OBJ/Atiku, Yaradua/Jonathan & Jonathan/Sambo..
Why didn't they play POLITICS & pay pensioners all through?
You see why I said #BuhariIsMAD he keeps clearing the past SHIT
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The @MBuhari/@ProfOsinbajo administration:

1. Eliminated Ghost 👻 workers
2. Paid Biafra war veterans what was due them after so many years of neglect by past administrations (yet they claim he doesn't like the Igbos o 😂😂😂)

3. Paid ex-staff of Nigerian Airways their entitlements after years of neglect by past administrations (again).

Check the #PMBPaysPensions for more details.

Now let's reason quickly

Now, we have two categories of people who, seeing what the Buhari administration has done as against others who neglected them, yet had the chance & opportunity to remedy things; would come out to show support for him @ the polls (as it is only logical).

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Ok let’s do it now. #PMBPaysPensions right? We are told Buhari loves pensioners and he’s taking care of those abandoned by past govts right? But do you know who loves pensioners even more? Her name is Ms. Reform and she’s A Queen. Her problem is she doesn’t make noise
Recall that APC campaigned as a team but as soon as they won, the party turned into a personality cult around Buhari. This allowed him launch Operation Vandalise The Economy in 2015 while his party looked on and even cheered him on.
That vandalism caused millions to lose their jobs. But Ms Reform stepped in, quietly, to take care of her people. Come with me to the 2016 PenCom Annual Report (…) and look well at this table
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Let me tell you about one 'uncompleted project' that APC has not touched and will not touch. It's called pension reform. This chart from PwC is a good summary of how Nigeria got to this point
The big event was in 2004. Quite a transformational event. From practically zero, Nigeria created a self sustaining pensions industry that has been growing since. In 2007, pension assets were just over N800bn. As of this year, they have hit around N8trn
Initially, workers and employers were to contribute 7.5% each. Ten years later in 2014, this was increased to 8% for employees and 10% for employers. New businesses that did not previously exist were created. But...they were all in the private sector
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