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@sowore2019 • • • • • Omoyele Sowore leading young Nigerians at MKO Abiola's burial 20 years ago. This indomie generation with Android phones should get history education on the struggle in Nigeria 🇳🇬 The thieves y'all want to die for today, Sowore has been a pain in their asses for a long time. It is time to conduct the final burial of the morons in charge of Nigeria’s democracy since 1999. All patriotic Nigerians and fighters are cordially invited. #RevolutionNow

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Lucky Okoedion

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But we must acknowledge the fact that all forms of privatisation is destined to fail in Nigeria if the firm" - 1917238439363967431
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Part 2 of 2 But we must acknowledge the fact that all forms of privatisation is destined to fail in Nigeria if the firms being privatised are sold to political associates of the government in power as a reward for political patronage, instead of on the basis of who has the expertise and financial capacity to run the firms. And having carefully studied the facts, I am of the opinion that this error is the reason the privatisation of the power sector has failed so far. But does the failure of privatisation in the power sector mean that is not the solution? No ! . . No Nigerian alive today understands the political intrigues of privatisation better than Atiku, and if privatisation has failed in the past, nobody has learned the lessons better than him. As vice-president, he (Atiku) was the chairman of the National Council of Privatisation (NCP), which oversaw the sale of several state-run enterprises to the private sector and initiated reforms in the telecommunications, pensions, ports and power sectors between 1999 and 2007. Therefore, he has to get it right! . . The US economy has remained the world’s best run and most efficient simply because it is always in the hands of the private sector firms. . . Many Nigerians are scared of this aspect of because five years after the privatisation of the power sector, the privatization programme has become an exercise in futility, as power supply continues to worsen and no major stride had been recorded in the sector. . . According to the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI), the losses recorded by the sector translate to an average of about N1.5 billion monthly, totaling about N90 billion in five years. There seems to still be corruption and incompetence in the running of the sold firms. And I am of the opinion that they were not sold on the basis of merit to those who truly have the capacity to run them, but to political associates. This is what Atiku must guide against. . #RevolutionNow

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Lucky Okoedion

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I promised to do an analysis of this aspect of the Atiku plan. Here it is:
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Part 1 of 2 I promised to do an analysis of this aspect of the Atiku plan. Here it is: . . As a major part of his policy document for making Nigeria work again, Atiku says he will privatise 90 % of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and allow the naira currency to float to attract foreign investment. This equates to applying a drastic solution to a nagging problem. If I Lucky Okoedion were the one who was going to become the president of Nigeria next year, that is what I would also do. If Donald Trump was the president of Nigeria, that is what he would also do. But it is understandable that some Nigerians would not propose to apply such a drastic solution because they prefer to follow the long and endless process of continuous repair of the process of government running the NNPC and meddling with the naira currency, which is not sustainable. . . From the fall of ancient Roman empire till date and many failed nations inbetween, it has become an economic common sense that for economies to thrive, government should be focused strictly on governance and not subsidising and running firms that are supposed to be profitable. This is a basic economic common sense. History has it that it has never ever ended well when a government is saddled with running firms that are supposed to be in a competitive market. Injecting money to help stabilize the currency of the country is another factor that contributed to the fall of the Roman empire and many other economies since then, leading to crazy inflation rates and other horrible consequences. Therefore this aspect of the Atiku policy is the standard procedure for rescuing an economy like ours. Let me rephrase, you can ask any economic scholar whether I am wrong - FOR AN TO THRIVE, THE GOVERNMENT MUST FIRST STOP INTERFERING WITH SECTORS THAT NEED TO BE IN A COMPETITIVE MARKET, AND STOP INTERFERING WITH THE VALUE OF THE CURRENCY. It is standard procedure. . . #RevolutionNow

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MUST WATCH!!! A rare video of yours truly conducting the burial of the Nigerian military during Chief MKO Abiola’s funeral in July 1998! It is time to conduct the final burial of the morons in charge of Nigeria’s democracy since 1999. All fighters are cordially invited. #RevolutionNow

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Emma Frankland

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Strange to be in the UK today after spending in Brazil the last two years, holding a ritual space with the beautiful community at @ssexbbox 🔻 Today my thoughts are with my trans siblings around the world, facing extreme predjudice and violence. #revolutionnow 🕯(images: @dani_villar_ )

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CAMPAIGN VIDEO: @sowore2019 : Yes I do not have experience in stealing, killing and disrupting democracy! What I do have is consistent experience doing the right thing even when no one was paying attention. VOTE WISELY, VOTE 🇳🇬 #RevolutionNow