Stop the Removal of Oil Subsidy in Nigeria sign now

The pertinent question is why is the removal of the subsidy the best option in a country that majority of its citizens are living in object poverty and no welfare or financial support of any kind to support the poor, unemployed, disabled etc. This pertition is to promote awareness and help stop this expliotative policy "the rich get rich and the poor get poorer policy" The best option is tackling the oil subsidy exorbitant payments to corrupt oil cabals and fixing the refinaries to operate in full capacity, build new ones and make the enabling environment for private sector investment in building and operating refinanries in Nigeria. The priority should not be the removal of the subsidy as this will just be a transfer of the money to same group of corrupt oil cabals without addressing the root cost of the problems which is the failure of the system to produce, maintain, manage and protect the refine petroluem production facilities to provide for the domestic market as its top priority before the exportation of petroluem whether crude or refined, the importation of petroluem should not be an option. The priority should be a comprehensive plan of transparency and accountability in the oil subsidy process from the top to the bottom to ensure value for money, while addressing the problems of getting the refinaries operating in full capacity and building new ones. This will no doubt significantly reduced the subsidy to the point that the purpose of the subsidy in the first place which is to support the economy will be achieved. The greatest issue is that of political will to do that which is right not that which is convenient.

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  • 21 October 201550. Adesida Odemeroe
    I support this petition
  • 12 July 201549. Mike I
    Frankly speaking we should ask ourself this very important question posed by erstwhile Head of state General Buhari shortly after the oil subsidy was removed. " Does the FG actually subsidise oil in any form or is just an avenue to carry on their unfatter
  • 11 June 201548. Abdulrauf Lukmanb
    I support this petition
  • 11 May 201547. Frederick F
    The Government should stop corruption not petroleum subsidy
  • 06 May 201546. Gbenga A
    The government can make a profit of about 106\% if they produced their refined fuel locally.
  • 13 March 201545. Onovbierohwo D
    I support this petition
  • 12 February 201544. Opey L
    I back this petition against removing the oil subsidy in Nigeria
  • 06 December 201443. James A
    I support this petition
  • 30 June 201442. Andy J
     
  • 22 June 201441. Adesida Odemeroe
    I support this petition
  • 17 April 201440. Obogrow O
    I support this petition
  • 12 March 201439. Solomon U
    Fight the corupt system where contracts are inflated and paid for but not executed. Stop fighting the masses who feed from the crumbs that fall from ur tables. Removal of fuel subsidy is never a viable option to solving our economic woes.
  • 27 February 201438. Onovbierohwo D
    I support this petition
  • 11 January 201437. Dennis B
    This policy is anti-public and a policy of the "rich get richer and the poor get poorer". The FG should solve the root cause of the problem which is corruption in the oil Sector
  • 28 December 201336. Ornette B
    I support this petition
  • 11 September 201335. Warri Ovokef
    Removing the fuel will do more harm to the country than good.
  • 25 August 201334. Julie Ngoziokekewomeninitiativeforpeaceandgoodg
     
  • 22 June 201333. Michael K
    I support this petition
  • 09 June 201332. Jo O
    The nations leaders all have psychological imbalance, they are political psycopath they are all callous and are under the influence of schizophrenic illusion.
  • 03 June 201331. Stephen D
    According to analysts over the years have complained of incessant wastage of resources, unbridled corruption and wanton mismanagement of resources as major setbacks for development. Under this status quo, they maintained that no meaningful economic progra
  • 15 February 201330. Solomon U
    Fight the corupt system where contracts are inflated and paid for but not executed. Stop fighting the masses who feed from the crumbs that fall from ur tables. Removal of fuel subsidy is never a viable option to solving our economic woes.
  • 11 February 201329. Warri Ovokef
    Removing the fuel will do more harm to the country than good.
  • 18 November 201228. Ofulue Nkemg
    OUR PEOPLE ARE SUFFERING ENOUGH. DO NOT EXACERBATE OUR SITUATION BY REMOVAL OF SUBSIDIES ON PETROLEUM PRODUCTS!
  • 18 September 201227. Solomon U
    Fight the corupt system where contracts are inflated and paid for but not executed. Stop fighting the masses who feed from the crumbs that fall from ur tables. Removal of fuel subsidy is never a viable option to solving our economic woes.
  • 09 August 201226. Gbenga A
    The government can make a profit of about 106\% if they produced their refined fuel locally.
  • 14 April 201225. Stan M
    I support this petition
  • 10 April 201224. Julie Ngoziokekewomeninitiativeforpeaceandgoodg
     

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