Non-oil states back pro­posal on 100% re­source con­trol – Lamido

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May Al­lah pro­tect and give more courage to our Emir! Ab­bas farouqab­bas@ya­ *********************** Lamido of Adamawa is very right. I don’t know why some of us are afraid of 100 per­cent re­source con­trol. Are we not aware that any coun­try that has oil must ex­pe­ri­ence re­source move­ment? And this makes the coun­try to be­come un­pro­duc­tive which leads to un­der­de­vel­op­ment. So, al­low them to go with the oil they wrongly claim as theirs; for sure they will end up beg­ging us to re­verse the de­ci­sion. Sal­isu Bashir sal­isug­wang­wazo@ya­hoo. com *************************** Yes, you can’t sur­vive! Richard richardti­jani@ya­ ************************** That is ab­so­lutely true. I wish other North­ern rep­re­sen­ta­tives will em­u­late him. His con­fi­dence, stance and stead­fast­ness only re­flect back to Sar­dauna. Un­for­tu­nately, there are some North­ern el­e­ments that are still think­ing that with­out oil we can­not sur­vive; let them hold onto their oil, we have wa­ter, land mass and min­er­als to ex­plore. You can hear how they speak, with ar­ro­gance and a sense of su­pe­ri­or­ity, just be­cause of the oil they could not use to change the lives of their people. Us­man u.a.dan­ ********************* I am in to­tal sup­port of that 100 per­cent deriva­tion. Umar ub­sanda@ya­ *********************

Lamido Adamawa Muham­madu Barkindo Aliyu Mus­dafa

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