Morning Bomb Blast In Kano Injures Two

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by crossriverwatch admin
An early morning bomb explosion on the Kwari market junction in Kano central injured two people early today.

Details of the explosion and the nature of the bomb remains sketchy. Police PRO in Kano, ASP Magaji Musa Majia said his office plans to brief the press in about an hour.

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3 commentsOn Morning Bomb Blast In Kano Injures Two

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  • I feel very sad for Nigerians because most of us do not uatsrednnd the gravity of what we have done to ourselves. I will continue to remind all those who care to listen, that fuel subsidy does not support economic growth and investment. This can not be denied.Our President and his economic team have toiled day and night to come up with a blueprint that will transmit the amount we spend on subsidies ($8billion) to investment in projects that will have a profound impact on the economy. Instead of the masses to show uatsrednnding, we went on a stupid mass protest.As this year progresses, thousands of graduates from all over Nigeria will enter the Labour market in search of job opportunities but please tell me if the jobs will fall from the sky?? Why not allow the President to undertake policies that will promote investments which will consequently lead to employment opportunities. An investment in new power plants, roads, infrastructure among others will create jobs for you and i, not subsidy of imported fuel! As for those who are behaving as if they uatsrednnd Economics more than Mrs Ngozi and Mallam Sanusi should please come up with a blueprint that can address the state of our economy which has been dislocated for many years. Also remember to include the payments of $8 billion as fuel subsidy for the oil merchants in your blueprint. Let us stop hiding under the canopy that our leaders can not be trusted as a method to resist change, don’t give me that scrap! Even Buhari and bakare would have done the same.Also, the poor people that we are all trying to defend does not need fuel subsidy since the is no correlation between fuel subsidy and poverty reduction. This can not be denied. What they need is; employment, food, family planning, capital to start business, education, mortgage finance and access to health facilities.I have a lot to say but there is no point since we are not ready for change.

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