Pascal Okechukwu, widely known as Cubana Chief Priest appeared angry yesterday over the recent happenings at the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDCC), concluding that “most” Nigerian politicians “are super wicked”.
On Wednesday, the House of Representatives learned that the NDDC spent N81.5 billion on ‘unnecessary and unimportant’ things from January to May this year.
A portion of the regions where the cash went included COVID-19 palliatives, where the NDCC said it spent – between October 2019 and May 2020 – the whole of N3.14 billion. The Commission additionally burned through N1.3 billion on community relations.
On Saturday, the Nigerian performer communicated concern at the turn of events, and took it to a whole new level, saying that corrupt politicians would be killed by the worldwide pandemic.
"Most Naija 🇳🇬 Politicians Are Super Wicked, That's Why God Blessed Them All With Bunch Of Useless Children, Na Covid 🦠 Go Kill All Of Una, Na Drugs Go Kill Una Children Finish 😡 Shameless NDDC🇳🇬 People. 81 Billion Naira, Damn 😡😡," Cubana Chief Priest kept in touch with his 1.8 million followers.
Meanwhile, Nigeria has recorded 36,107 cases of COVID-19 including 778 deaths
The Celebrity Bar Man followed the post with another: "They Don't Have Food 🥘 To Eat N There Is No Hope But The They Have Oil," he composed referencing individuals he went to make food gifts for, close by the photos.
Cubana Chief Priest giving out palliatives (C) Instagram
The post proceeded: "We Are Part Of NDDC🇳🇬 We Need To Survive, Our Children Are Dieing Of Hunger N Starvation In Our Very eye And You Comfortably Squander 81 Billion Naira In A Couple Of Months.
"What Manner Of Wickedness Is That, I Tell You Today These Children Shall Grow To Be Greater Than Your Drug Addicted Children. The Niger Delta Development Commission E No Go Better For Una Na Covid🦠 Diabetes, HBP Etc Go Kill All Of Una 😡😡😡😡."
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