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Update: Breaking: Buhari And His Fulani Cronies Looting Niger-Delta Oil Industries, While Benin-Ore Axis And Niger Delta Oil-producing States Are Left In Ruins–Reports

pdate: Breaking: Buhari And His Fulani Cronies Looting Niger-Delta Oil Industries, While Benin-Ore Axis And Niger Delta Oil-producing States are left in Ruins–Reports New York[RR]Oil-Producing States in ruins as corrupt Buhari as his Fulani-Islamic looters have a field day developing Northern States. See what commentators views beneath–“Current state of oil producing states of Benin-Ore Express […]

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pdate: Breaking: Buhari And His Fulani Cronies Looting Niger-Delta Oil Industries, While Benin-Ore Axis And Niger Delta Oil-producing States are left in Ruins–Reports

New York[RR]Oil-Producing States in ruins as corrupt Buhari as his Fulani-Islamic looters have a field day developing Northern States. See what commentators views beneath–“Current state of oil producing states of Benin-Ore Express yet Buhari wants oil producing states to donate to NE”–Babasola Kuti

Dr. Greg Ukaegbu (aka Ezekwe), a respected commentator said this: “Blame it on Buhari, period. No ifs or buts about it. The what-used-to be roads you see in that accident scene, were good roads until Buhari arrived. Nigerians tend to forget too quickly.

“Like I said in a previous post, 1975-1982 in Nigeria saw so many road construction projects in the South Benin to Ore to Lagos, Ore to Ondo and parts beyond, Lagos to Ibadan, etc. I’m reasonably certain, that construction was on the same scale all over the nation.

“It is not rocket science that Buhari’s coup in 1982 was what stopped and derailed the roaring progress that Nigeria had engaged in at the time. Once Buhari knocked off Shagari, the State Houses of Assembly were dissolved, people’s stake and representation in government of their own was gone, replaced with military juntas all over the place.

He added, “All the progress started in 1975 halted and in came corruption of monumental proportions. Road construction—gone; Maintenance Culture—gone; Light, gone—Pipe-borne water—What then prevailed and was understood to be the norm was corruption—grab as much as you can from the government coffers, just like the military guys were doing and no one cares. How many military coups did Nigeria have after Buhari? The point remains that Buhari was the genesis of it. And Nigeria is still suffering the vestigial effects of that Buhari coup.

“The night of government overthrow is the best night for any political or administrative thief in Nigeria. Once the government is toppled, you keep all the government monies in your hand. The new soldier-guy that comes along is not interested in counting anything or probing the person before him. All that concerns the new soldier guy is to grab as much as he can before another coup topples him out power. So, it boils down to topple, steal, get toppled out, and the next toppler repeats the same thing. Public administration halted in between and Nigeria fell into great disrepair that still exists today. Who made all that possible—Buhari!

“Those of you who want to fall on your swords for this man named Buhari, you will be royally disappointed. Ask yourself, what would have happened to Nigeria had Buhari not toppled Shagari. By destroying that nascent democracy at the point he did, Buhari did the worst harm imaginable to Nigeria. All what is wrong in Nigeria today is traceable to that coup and Buhari that masterminded it. Don’t listen to the crap that some soldiers toppled Shagari and invited Buhari to head the government. Nonsense! Why didn’t soldiers find someone else from another part of Nigeria?

Meanwhile, Enyimba himself added that Baru awarded $26 Billion oil contracts to his friends and Buhari cronies all by himself. Very interesting indeed.

His words: “It is interesting to know that every contract awarded by Hausas or Yorubas to their friends and relatives in Nigeria or outside Nigeria is always correct and with the law, and still billions of dollars of our oil money are missing every day. The way a Yoruba Accountant General of Nigeria paid N900 million, 28 times with a 24 hours period to a fictitious Company,
is the same way Mr. Baru has awarded a $26 billion contract all by himself, and of which $13 billion of the contract went to President Buhari’s Chief of Staff. These things only
happen in Nigeria.

He added, “Nigerians, why can’t you open your eyes? What is wrong with yall? How many times will these people rob you and your children while they are feeding fat with our oil money?
National Assembly, this is the time for you guys to ask critical questions. Nigeria is not these people fathers’ property…”, he said.

Updates later..

Credit: V. Modebelu, Gregg Ukaegbu, and other multiple sources

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