Cubana Chiefpriest Accuse Nigerian Politicians Of Lavishing 81bn Meant For The Poor
By Stinek | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 0 views
Cubana Chiefpriest the executive director of Cubana group took to his instagram page to express anger towards Nigerian Politicians. The celebrity bar man visited a rural area in the Niger Delta region to share packed meals, but he was angry with the condition he met the children in.
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The celebrity bar-man also accused the Niger Delta development commission of lavishing 81 billion naira in a couple of months, which everyone believes the money was meant for development in the region. It's really a sad thing to see how the poor masses suffer without proper meal, school, health care, water etc, but the politicians see all these and continue looting the money which is meant for the poor.
Cubana Chiefpriest is a very kind hearted man, he has shown his benevolence with the way he helps the poor, during the lockdown he distributed food items to some rural areas in Imo State. He also does giveaway on occasions to those in need. With this kind of people the world is going to be a better place for everyone.
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