Following President Mohammadu Buharia��s probing of political oppositions and enemies which has raised so much concern in the Country, an International Media a�?CNNa�? has released the full list of Nigeria treasury looters to assist the President fight the corruption from the grass root if truly he is sincere.
The publication shows how corrupt Nigerian former leaders are and how much they looted from the public treasury.A�Through their statement the list should guide President Buhari in his fight against corruption and not to play party politics.
Read the full list:
1. A�Oluesgun Obasanjo a�� He stole $25 billion from 1999-2007 ($16.4 from power sector alone)
2. A�Mohammadu Buhari a�� He stole $25 billion from 1994-1999 (from PTF A� A�fund)
3. A�Ibrahim Babangida a�� He stole $15 billion from 1985-1993 ($12.4 billion from oil wind fall in 1990)
4. A�Abdulsalam Abubakar a�� He stole $9 billion from 1998-99
5. A�Sani Abacha a�� He stole $7 billion from 1993-1998
6. A�Ahmed Bola Tinubu a�� He stole and continues to steal from Lagos Stata treasury since 1999 till date. Ita��s estimated that he has stolen $6 billion so far.
7. A�TY Danjuma a�� He fraudulently got enriched through oil blocks from the Niger Delta worth $20 million in the 70s after the counter coup. Those oil blocks worth billions of dollars in todaya��s value.
8. A�Sanusi Lamido Sanusi a�� He stole $1.2 billion as CBN Governor from 2008-2014.
9. A�Bukola Saraki a�� Through his father, Olukola Saraki, their bank, Societe Generale and as a governor of Kwara State (2003-20111) he stole $1.1 billion
10. Nasir El Rufai a�� Before he was made the FCT Minister, El Rufai was broke, homeless and wasA�looking for loan to import taxis from the UK. After he was made the minister, he seized landed properties that belonged to Nigerians and resold them with huge profit. Ita��s estimated that he stole $1 billion from 2003-2007.
11. Tunde Fashola a�� He is the poster boy of Tinubu. Boht of them looted Lagos dried and left it in debt of about N1 billion. Fashola, among other thing built his personal website for N78 million, drilled borehole for over N100 million per each and built a kilometre road for N1 billion. He stole $900 million from 2007-2015. HeA�is nowA�a minister, he will continue the looting.
12. Chubike Rotimi Amaechi a�� From 2007 to 2015, he stole $700 million as $150 million were used to sponsor Buhari and APC.
13. Atiku Abubakar a�� When he was asked by our reporter how he made his money, he simply said a�?he was always at the right place at the right time. Atiku is an astute businessman, but through shady deals, he stole $500 million from 1999-2007.
14. James Ibori a�� He stole $150 million from 1999-2007 as governor of Delta State. Hea��s servingA�his term for money laundering in the UK.
15. Amina Mohammed a�� This woman was the founder of Afri-Project Consortium (APC) that was in charge of all PTF Projects during Abachaa��s regime. About $125 million was stolen from PTF accounts from 1994-1998. Buhari has just nominated the same woman as a minister to continue the stealing.
16. DSP Alamieyeseigha a�� He stole $120 million and was arrested for money laundering. He pleaded guilty and long served his term.
17. Sule Lamido a�� He stole $110 million between 2007-2015 and out of that amount, $50 million was found in his sonsa�� bank accounts. He was arrested and detained for days together with his sons.
18. Rabui Kwankwaso a�� He stole $100 million as a governor of Kano State. EFCC has arrested many of his aides and they are a�?singinga�? how they siphoned the money.
19. Kashium Shettima a�� this governor has stolen about $80 million and still counting.
20. Rauf Aregbesola a�� he has milked Osun State to the tune of $60 million.
21. Kayode Fayemi a�� this former governor stole $40 million and stashed some part of the loot in Ghana. He was reportedly bought a bed for N50 million.
In all these names none of them came from South East, this clearly shows that Nigeria is owned by the Hausa-Fulania��s and the Yorubaa��s.
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