The special adviser to Lagos State Governor on Drainage and Water Resources, Joe Igbokwe has taken the his verified Facebook page to react after the former president of Nigeria, Olusegun Obansajo questioned Buhari's plan to borrow more money.
According to reports, President Buhari had requested the Senate to approve sovereign loans of $4.054bn and €710million as well as grant components of $125m for the proposed projects
However, Olusegun Obasanjo has questioned the recent requests by the Federal Government to source for fresh loans, saying that borrowing to accumulate debt for the next generation is criminal.
While reacting, Joe Igbokwe Quoted a word which was made be one Peter Claver. The word Igbokwe Quoted was "If Obasanjo doesn't want Nigeria to Borrow, let him return the $16 billions that went down the drains via the power sector. Let start from there'
This is a good one from Joe Igbokwe but I think Osinbajo was wrong for questioning president Muhammadu Buhari. He should at at least advice him on the effect to borrowing too much loan.
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