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NIGERIAN PRESIDENT A SCAM AND CURRUPT ($1billion to fight book haram)

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One billion dollars is about N365 billion, that is a whopping N1
billion everyday of one year. Is it world war 3? You see, boko
haram has become quite a lucrative political and economic venture
for the workers of change. In 2015 presidential elections, boko
haram was a lethal weapon in their political arsenal and after
assuming power, it has remained a sumpuous bait for pacification
of the masses: each time the country is in a plight, if orphan loots
are not discovered, boko haram will be defeated or Shekau’s flag
and quran will be captured or chibok girls will be rescued.
Economically, boko haram is a beautiful gate through which
billions of dollars passes without raising suspicion. The gate is so
beautiful that it can afford N290 million just to cut grass at IDP
camps.
But beyond these, boko haram is the peak of Nigeria’s politics of
desperation and ethnic prejudice. Do you not find it curious that in
2013 during the Jonathan administration, despite the harvest of
deaths and destruction by the sect, Buhari insisted that fighting
boko haram was fighting the north? Lai Mohammed was also very
vocal that proscribing boko haram as a terrorist group was
unconstitutional. Well, we are a country without history, we forget
even yesterday.
I must admit that Former President Goodluck Jonathan was weak
in handling the boko haram issue. In 2011, U.S was reported to
have released to him, a classified list of suspected boko haram
sponsors consisting of high profile persons even within his
government and the military but he did not take action. Even after
Madallah Christmas day bombing that claimed about 80 lives, he
only lamented that his government had been infiltrated but could
not fish out the Judases. Things were really complicated.
In 2014 during the heat of boko haram insurgency, it dawned on
the Jonathan government that compared to boko haram, the
Nigerian military was armed with catapults. In fact, it was doubtful
if any weapon had been acquired after the civil war. Jonathan
wrote the National Assembly requesting approval of loan of N168b
to buy arms but NASS rejected it. Meanwhile the Jonathan
government had already been blackmailed in the international
community for human rights abuses leading U.S to champion an
international ban on sell of weapons to Nigeria. The conspiracy
against Jonathan was grand and so boko haram prospered–obvio
usly, for the political benefit of those who coveted power by all
means. Jonanthan was completely rubished as “weak” while
“strong” General Buhari was beating his chest that he will defeat
boko haram in a twinkle of two months. And true to his boastings,
Buhari defeated boko haram in two months. Just that boko haram
needs another defeating, this time with one billion dollars.
In the face of these challenges, when part of Abacha loot was
returned to Nigeria (but Buhari says Abacha never stole a kobo),
the FEC under Jonathan approved the sharing of the money 50/50
between security and capital funding. This was how Dasuki got the
famous arms money. But Dasuki actually bought arms. However,
because of the international sanction, he had to buy arms from the
black market. In fact when the arms arrived Nigeria, within two
weeks to the 2015 elections, boko haram was as good as history.
Consequently, elections held in all the wards of Borno State. So
Buhari inherited a boko haram that was, in fact, technically
defeated and a military that was newly and well equipped. But the
directors and shareholders of boko haram limited will have you
believe that Dasuki stole all the money.
In June of 2015, the government of Buhari obtained world bank
loan of 2.1 billion dollars to “rebuild” North East. It was from this
money Babachir Lawal got his grass cutting reward contract. In
December, 2016, Buhari announced the final crushing of boko
haram. Burutai even presented evidence of the crushing: Shekau’s
flag and quran. How come the government is now talking of
another one billion dollars to fight a defeated boko haram? Where
is the 2.1 billion dollars loan to “rebuild” North East? If Nigeria
does not kill this change, this change will kill Nigeria.

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Salahuddeen Abubakar

Good update

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Theresa Joseph

Ok