N81 Billion Loot, NDDC Board Under Buhari Sets New Embezzlement Record Within 4 Months
By LoveConnect | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
It's unfortunate that the people who committed themselves to serve our nation had chose their personal agenda instead of delivering to the people, they chose to quench their selfish interests by embezzling money meant to be used for social welfare, its sad that the level of corruption in our lovely nation now speaks volume. How then can we move forward, if we continue to live in highly corrupted nation filled with heartless and selfish leaders. Even the smallest body and government in our dear country is filled with corrupt people who only cares about their selfish interests and waits for their turn to eat from the national cake.
It was reported that the sum of 81 billion disappeared from the NDDC account without review nor due process within the month of February 20 to May.
What is the way forward? Are we going to continue to live like this, then what of the future will there be future for our children if our leaders continue looting everything at the rate at which they are doing.
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