Jonathan gets approval to borrow $1billion to fight Boko Haram

President Goodluck Jonathan

The Senate on Thursday approved a request for external borrowing of not more than N1 billion dollars by President Goodluck Jonathan to tackle security challenges in the country.

This followed the consideration of the report of the Joint Committees on Finance, and Local and Foreign Debts on the loan request at plenary in Abuja.

The Chairman of the Committee on Finance, Ahmad Makarfi (PDP-Kaduna), who presented the report, said the facility was not a cash loan but supply of military hardware to be paid over seven years.

He said in view of the urgent need to restore normalcy in the country and since the loan did not attract interest, Nigeria should take advantage of the opportunity.

According to him, the requested loan was for helicopters, ships, armament and hardware.

“The 12 nos. M135 Helicopters being requested for now are appropriate for the nature of the operation and the terrain.

“Belarus has accepted to give helicopters on the condition of instalment payment over a seven-year period.

“Other hardware, armament and equipment will be bought on the same terms from other European countries,” he said.

Mr. Makarfi further said the joint committee discovered in its findings that the number of helicopters in the fleet of the Nigeria Air Force was inadequate for effective deployment.

He said the reason for inadequate helicopters was due to inadequate funds for maintenance and recent burning of two helicopters by insurgents in Maiduguri.

He further said that no new helicopter had been added to the fleet since 1998.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the senate, however, went into a rowdy session prior to the approval as the lawmakers were divided over the matter.

While some lawmakers applauded the effort of the joint committee and moved for immediate approval of the loan in view of the security challenges, others raised concerns about the legality of the approval.

Olubunmi Adetumbi (APC-Ekiti), quoting the Appropriation Act and the constitution, argued that approving the loan without following laid down procedures had consequences.

“This request to the best of our ability and with the assistance of the constitution, has consequences for the existing Appropriation Act,’’ he said.

“We do not question the right of Mr President to ask for money but there is a process that needs to be followed,’’ he said.

In the same vein, Sen. George Akume (APC-Benue) called for appropriate procedures to be followed by the senate.

“Nobody is against the fight against insurgency. My concern is that the appropriate thing should be done,’’ he said.

The Senate President, Sen. David Mark, however, doused tension by explaining that the senate was not flouting any legal or constitutional provision as the borrowing was not in cash to attract any further procedure before approval.

“I will suggest that we go ahead and approve this without raising any issues that will have any security implications.

“This is my appeal on this matter,’’ he said.

President Jonathan had on July 16 written to the Senate seeking approval to borrow $1 billion (N168 billion) to fight the deadly Boko Haram sect.

In a letter addressed to the Senate President, Mr. Mark, Mr. Jonathan spoke about the need for external borrowing to enable the upgrade of security equipment in order to fight the insurgency that is currently bedevilling Nigeria, particularly the North East.

Mr. Jonathan said the $1 billion will also be used to train the military and other security officers.

“You are no doubt cognisant of the ongoing and serious security challenges which the nation is facing, as typified by the Boko Haram terrorist threat. This is an issue that we have discussed at various times.

“I would like to bring to your attention the urgent need to upgrade the equipment, training and logistics of our Armed Forces and Security services to enable them more forcefully confront this serious threat.

“For this reason, I seek the concurrence o the National Assembly for external borrowing of not more than $1 billion dollars including government to government arrangements for this upgrade,” Mr. Jonathan said in the letter.

He said he was counting on the steadfast support of the legislators on the borrowing of the money.

The external borrowing comes amid criticisms and questions regarding the management of Nigeria’s defence budget, which gulps as much as 20 per cent of the entire budget.

The Nigerian government justifies the about N1 trillion spent on security on the growing insecurity situation in the country. However, the military and security officials are still considered ill-equipped to tackle Boko Haram insurgency.


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  • Wähala

    Approval of the loan in light of the difficult nature of the fight against insurgent based in a forest is in order since payment is staggered over 7yrs and the loan is interest-free. Makes sense to me since there’s no raw cash for goons to pocket like Gen. Ihejirika who became an overnight billionaire after pilfering much of the N40bn meant for military hardware that could have won the war on terror years ago. The Appropriation Act can be bypassed with the notion of “doctrine of necessity” since it was the same doctrine that gave us Dumbo in the first place, so why not use it now to save lives? An aging fleet that has not been “upgraded” since 1998 leaves a lot to be answered but that moi-moi for another day. I remember offering the same Naija Air Force 30 Augusta Helis from Europe complete with spare parts, but a Captain (name withheld) sat on it until some goons from Belarus snapped up the deal… could be the same helicopters making a full cycle. Sha, my $1bn would have been upfront so this may be a better deal since I don’t offer financing to any barga. Anyways, now that Dumbo has been armed to the teeth, I hope he drops the bottle of Og. and get serious for one in his tenure with this war on terrorism… Insha Allah!

    • Psalm 35

      “Makes sense to me since there’s no raw cash for goons to pocket like Gen. Ihejirika who became an overnight billionaire after pilfering much of the N40bn meant for military hardware that could have won the war on terror years ago”

      Do you have any proof that Ihejirika pilfered the so called funds ?

      “I remember offering the same Naija Air Force 30 Augusta Helis from Europe complete with spare parts, but a Captain (name withheld) sat on it until some goons from Belarus snapped up the deal”

      In what capacity did you offer the Nigerian Air force 30 Helicopters ?

      “Sha, my $1bn would have been upfront so this may be a better deal since I don’t offer financing to any barga.”

      Any possible reference to your own financial organisation that would have been able to make such a hardware military supply to the value of 1 billion dollars ?

      • Wähala

        I will answer your relevant question and flush the rest down the toilet…
        A) Have you ever heard of one Maj. Gen. Cecil Ehekhaigbe?
        Gen. Ehekhaigbe was the Defense Adviser attached to the Nigerian Embassy in London at the beginning of this war on Boko Haram terrorists. A very good friend of Gen. Ihejirika, but unlike the Aba thug, Ehekhaigbe was a soldier’s soldier and professional to a fault. The fault being…
        He was so disgusted with the rate at which Gen. Ihejirika was stealing much of the N40bn appropriated for military hardware with impunity and the tacit support of the Presidency, that he petitioned Dr. Dumbo to investigate his superior and friend. Guess what happened? Instead of Dumbo, a clown famous for romancing corruption, to initiate investigations into maj. Gen. Ehekhaigbe’s allegations, Dumbo ordered the London Attachè chained and deported to Nigeria where he was promptly retired! IMAGINE!!
        Fast-Forward to today…
        To cut a long but interesting story very short… Gen. Ehekhaigbe’s allegation ignited the alarm button of the Yankees and shortly before Dumbo’s just concluded visit to the White House, US Amba ssador to Nigeria, Entwistle, whistled into Dumbo’s ears that Obama wants to see him pronto before he gives his watery speech at the UN’s General Assembly. The topic of discussion? You guessed right… Gen. Ihejirika! You see, the Americans had investigated independently and concluded that Ihejirika is part of the problem in the efforts to contain/win the war on terrorism in Nigeria. They are insisting on a general probe of all senior security officials who served with Ihejirika before they lift the arms embargo on Nigeria, thus…
        leading to the yet-to-be concluded cash-for-arms deal in Zulu land. Kapisch?
        B) None of your godamn business!
        C) Again, none of your forcking business!
        Conclusion…
        Why don’t you concentrate on Psalm 35 while I keep praying my Psalm 23 for Nigeria’s survival? Clown!

  • the truth

    this is good news. Its time to seat up and confront this terrorists. good move from the senate

    • Psalm 35

      100%

    • Wähala

      Hmmm!
      Today that we’re on the same page…
      How about a bottle of odeku… tall or short?
      Respect! It’s time to really kick some arid Boko Haram ass and get on with One Nigeria… abi be ko?

      • the truth

        lol yes oh. lets meet up at starbucks for cofee instead. u no won drink odeku go punch police officer. yes oh my brother we need one nigeria, all our ranting is for nigeria. if nigerian leaders past and present have been prudent we would not be here on each others troat. that is the beauty of life. we may argue but sometimes its time for cease fire. one bottle of odeku to that my brother

        • Wähala

          Yes’ooh!
          No mind dem… we go fight dem wellu-wellu with odeku bottles if need be. Na hardship make prick drop his head, only to look up when there are cherries to pick… if you know what I mean. Brothers don’t fight, they spit into the air. Sha, I insist on ‘ode-baba’ since I’m not ready to pay the astronomical prices the charge to drink another bitter stuff, coffee. Mma Bisi is really choking us in Europe with her “imported odeku” odu… that bow-legged woman is richer than Madonna yet, her bra is never full with cash. Worse than Diezani but compassionate like mother Theresa (pbuh)… Again, respect! while the cease fire lasts!!!

          • the truth

            lol men una dey enjoy for europe oh, over the ocean man no dey see mama bisi oh. anyway my brother e too hot to drink odeku now. cold bro chinedu pamy would do.

  • kitunde

    It is a loan to fight terrorism, right? Good…As long as we don;t hear most of the funds are found in the back of one taxi in Panama or some retired head of service account!….Let this one be transparent please…Terrorism is a serious matter..

  • shehu

    Is it to fight or support Boko Haram? Can he fight his friends Mad Sherrif, Ihejiricriminal and Oletsejafor? I doubt it much!

    • the truth

      bro lets stay on point here and for once join hands and flush out boko haram. this is a welcome event.positive thinking please

  • Rommel

    Which Boko Haram again? thought they said the guys were surrendering

  • awta

    For a country endowed with so much wealth in natuaral resourcesc and otherwise this is indeed not only embarring but humiliating to its citizens as well as the nation itself. Just to give an example of how ridiculous this is, imagine of the headline read: “Dangote gets approval for a loan of 10kobo”.
    The Nigerian nation deserves better and iys citizens deserve better.

    • Tunsj

      Awta, I couldn’t agree more. $20 billion is missing and we are borrowing $1 billion abroad. The only thing that will change Nigeria now is Revolution.

      • awta

        I Agree

      • redeem

        What kind of opposition are we so inflicted with who have no respect for veracity, who want to railroad us from skepticism to cynicism? How do I explain to my children that the same $49 billion, $20 billion and $12 billion that has been investigated and revealed to have sprung from ignorance or mischief is the same that the opposition wants to build schools and pay salaries with in Lagos state that is indebted to the tune of 600b?
        Nigerians desire improvement from the ruling party—————————–yes———–sir———– but a blind man cannot help a man with eyes to walk better. We need an opposition with well-articulated programmes to market to us. Not lies repeated too often. We need sober, rational and credible people projecting a better alternative. Not all this gra gra–media blitz–designed to celebrate tinubus thieving habits————-

  • Comfortkay

    It was not a good idea that the Military handed over power to the politician. Think of the amount of Jumbo Salaries of the politician in Nigeria our politician has finished this country, Absolutely nothing is in place since 1999 take over of PDP to rule Nigeria. Under PDP Nigeria can never get its act together, Nigeria a country of absolutely corrupt leaders and dishonest businessmen and women. Our Young People roaming about the street without jobs, the PDP majority in senate approves One Billion US Dollars to buy a fairly used Hardware from European countries and Helicopter from Belarus. It need to mention that Nigeria has 5,8 Billion Dollars security budget according to the American. This borrowed money will have to be paid back with good interest by the unborn generations.

    • Chris1408

      Belarus, can you imagine? Buying antique Soviet union helicopters. It’s very sad what this country has become.

      • Wähala

        Have you seen Gen. Ihejirika’s ‘Gri-Gri’ hardware procured from fish-eyed Chinese? Wallahi, na vex…!!!

    • Wähala

      It is interest-free deal staggered over 7yrs. The Americans are hampering procurement from West-European countries on spurious charges of human rights abuses… and insisting on Gen. Ihejirika et al being probed. Meanwhile, we can’t keep losing lives on top of our Chibok girls living in captivity. Something has to be done, must be done…

      • redeem

        So as usual the loan must b taken————-during the Nigerian civil war——————-Aminu Kano——–was appointed Minister of defence——————-by Gowon—-while the war was on- he was asked to buy more arms for the troops–he placed orders for the weapons to be supplied by a British firm———————-the company in question later met with Aminu kano–and gave him half of the money meant for the supply of the weapons—Aminu Kano refused and ordered the firm to use the money to supply Nigeria with extra weapons–at no cost to the country————sadly this 1b loan has already been shared—————————in advance—-by d dasukis–gusaus—badey—and co———–should the president refuse to give go ahead to the loan——more war———the thieves backing boko haram———— will align with the janjaweeds in boko haram agains to bomb nyaya–abduct more gals————–u will see what will happen as soon as the money gets into their blood stained pocket–the socalled chibok girls will be released–boko haram will be asked to go to hell——————–why because—————they have gotten their investment in boko haram back kalas–that is Nigeria for u—-we are together as a nation because of the oil wells–not because APC has better ideas on how to run the country aground————————–none of them is interested in Nigeria-

        • endingNaija

          redeemweed, (i) In looking desperately for support from anywhere for his
          2015 election bid, Goodluck Jonathan handed over the remaining Sani
          Abacha loot to Gumsu ati Mohammed Abacha, and their mother Mrs Maryam
          Abacha in Kano, (ii) Ayo Oritsejafor-religious adviser to Goodluck
          Jonathan ati Goodluck Jonathan attempted to launder $9.3million to
          South Africa. They used two Nigerians and one Israeli to do this. Are
          you one of the Nigerians Ayo Oritsejafor ati Goodluck Jonathan used to
          launder $9.3m? Nigerians are searching for the two Nigerians Goodluck Jonathan ati Ayo Oristsejafor used. Are you one of them redeemweed?

          • Mohstone

            Help me ask am o!!!

  • Captain Mark (rtd)

    A SAD DAY OF FRAUD IN NIGERIA

    Boko Haram has no air-force fleet at all and no armoured tank it bought or imported.
    Equally, Boko Haram has no naval force, or even patrol or attack ships, or naval boats.
    Boko Haram is just a ragtag militia having no more than machine guns and few artillery pieces.
    Why then should Nigeria need additional one [1] billion dollars more to fight Boko Haram militias?

    This is the saddest day of fraud in the history of Nigeria. This is the day Nigeria was mortgaged.
    If President Goodluck Jonathan and Lt. General Aliyu Gusau say they need one [1] billion dollars –
    just to fight small boys having just basic elementary military training as Boko Haram militia group,
    then, how much will Nigeria need to fight the full naval and airforce arsenal of a foreign country’s military?

    • Wähala

      The deal is on interest-free loan staggered over seven years. Our fleet was last upgraded in 1998 and as a retired military officer (unverified) you ought to know that fighting even armed robbers in a dense forest terrain requires more than conventional military grills. Just count and make sure the number of helicopters ordered are actually delivered, there’s nothing you and I can do about kickbacks which are attendant with such deals even if it’s the US or UK selling them to us… Man must wack!

      • Chris1408

        What happened to all the defense budget since 1998? I guess our obese generals drank pepper soup and carried women with it.

        • Wähala

          Hahahaa chei… LoL!
          Pepper soup generals indeed…
          That’s why Gusau is controlling every contract before it is finalized…
          That’s why this deal is against equipment and not per hired pastoral jets full of cash…
          Defense budget ke? haven’t you heard that retired Gen. Ihejirika is gunning for Orji Kalu’s seat of power?
          Do you honesty believe that army salary saved for one century is enough to prosecute that ambition? C’mon man! Even the Americans are insisting that Ihejirika must be probed for pocketing our defense budget before they lift their arms embargo on Dumbo’s goons… our pepper soup & tombo generals… LOL!!!

          • Chris1408

            They all needs to be locked up. Nobody joins the military to get rich except in Nigeria. They need to lock them up till they pay our money back with interest. Pepper soup generals that couldn’t even fight a lunatic like shekau. Corrupt GEJ can’t probe another corrupt man. Ugly Ogar gave Iherijika clean bill already. Clueless people

        • eobrat

          Don’t trivalize issues with derogatory words. If you have the intellect to go through the federal budget, you would have been educated on the fact that the so called huge Defence budgets since 1998 were actually mainly for overhead costs (salaries, daily running cost of the military) and nothing significant for capital expenditure which is what is usually for procurement. Visit ministry of finance website and see details of allocation for the military in the 2014 budget. Lazy analysts that will not research facts before mouthing off. Those generals you abuse are likely more educated than you, and some have proved their worth/capability on the international scene. Yet here you are abusing them. No be your fault. Name one contribution you have made to our national security or development. Mhceeeew

    • the truth

      mr wahala i must agree with you on this. it is pertinent that people
      must criticize but it must be constructive. captain mark(rtd) i guess
      you are a military officer and you know fleets from 1998 can’t stand
      modern day equipments. the us updates its fleets on a yearly basis so is
      china, and nigeria did theirs since 98, and a loan is taken for this
      process and you are criticizing. i dont get your point sir.

    • Gbo_lee

      The question is how did boko haram even get all their present arms and even tanks…when one thinks about it are we sure these arms to be bought will not end up in the hands of boko haram?

  • Chris1408

    This is $1 billion that should have gone to healthcare or education. Our weak and unprofessional military needs overhaul not $1 billion.

    • the truth

      how do you overhaul without cash. you are contradicting yourself. from one mouth you say overhaul, and on the other mouth you say we don’t need cash to do it. i guess you would come overhaul it with your special powers

      • Chris1408

        How do you account for the money when defense budget has continuously been pocketed. Overhaul by getting ride of the dead weight and then fund the real soldiers. No Wahala, keep giving Baden and co money. Belarus helicopter awaits.

        • the truth

          bro please read the whole write up again, on the specifications for the loan.

    • Wähala

      If you say our military need overhaul without $1bn, tell me how you intend to achieve that if you were COAS or Defense Minister… abi you go turn Naija Soja into the Salvation Army? I insist, some people should be banned from thinking!

      • Chris1408

        Overhaul means removing the dead weights. Removing incompetence and indiscipline. Removing soldiers that can’t be trained. Making our military real professionals. Then you can invest in it.

        • Wähala

          Simply put, ‘overhaul’ means… “remove & replace” (R&R) and there’s no simple way you can replace without incurring costs. No way you can remove incompetence and indiscipline in the middle of a tough battle, all that come after victory has been achieved. For now, it’s a standstill fight with the Bokos and Dumbo urgently needs help containing the thugs before we can remove their Caliphate, flags, return our girls and so on… then we can come back to the barracks to weed the weak from the strong. Your, “making our military real professionals” phase. Now it’s knuckle for knuckle till death do we part… kapisch?

        • the truth

          so how do you achieve that without money and logistics?

      • the truth

        i tire oh, he just said overhaul, how do we overhaul without money. even salvation army overhaul would run in thousands of dollars what did he smoke?

  • Tunsj

    They approved the $1 billion and yet $20 billion is still missing. What a country!!

    • Chris1408

      Can you imagine. Yet our geniuses think it’s a bright idea

      • Tunsj

        Chris1048, they are Geniuses of Corruption. They are going to put Nigeria into more debt. Why not borrow the money from the so called billionaires in Nigeria?. The country is doomed if Nigerians vote for GEJ in 2015.

    • endingNaija

      and $9.3m was about to be laundered by Goodluck Jonathan ati Ayo Oritsejafor. Too bad!

  • redeem

    whem some Nigerians open their mouths TO AIR THEIR JANJAWEED VIEWS———I often begin to wonder how and why we managed to come together in the first place—————–its really very sad—–to say the least—————-the boko haram war was initiated by the fulani north to steal the nation blind——-to enable them control our thought–ati the 19 states- in d fulani———–The people of the niger delta where the wealth of 9ja oozesn out from like a water fall————have been crying for development for decades–roads–hospitals– schools—etc—-All u hear from the tripod—-is to blame our under-develop on Alams ati Ibori——-some evedn say we have no right to talk again–because of the president that they have CAGED—-Not a single Nigerian have since 1957- when crude oil was discovered in the impoverished creeks of the SS-ever had the courage to ask the rest of Nigeria to account for the 87% oil revenue they have been stealing from the SS———for the past 60 years————-Everybody wants the chibok girls freed–but none is asking how much———the boko haram war is costing the oil wells in d SS————-really sad that the fulani North has no shame–left in them concerning the ongoing war–yet continues to insult the sensibilities of Nigerians by hiding under their janjaweed party–APC to request for our votes again——–come 2015—————————-after abusing the hell out of the people of the SS———————-given the tonnes of blood shed by the fulani North in Nigeria–via boko haram –ati other religious riots—methinks they have no moral RIGHT to plead for our votes—————-again——————-Kwankaso–buhari atiku ati tambuwal should be asked by< Nigerian–to go and put their janjaweed houses in order In the fulani——north before venturing into our public space–to throw their foul breath on us again——————-until we are able to appease the spirit of Ken– Kudirat- ati abiola among all those who were murdered in the fulani north by boko haram—————–they have no moral right to request for our votes again—————————————-via APC————————No way—————–every crime carries with it——————some level of punishment———————————if we do not say no to them–another boko haram will rea its head again–another kudirat–another ken another abiola will be assassinated again and again———————by d maharajahs

    • redeem

      Everybody wants the chibok girls freed–but none is asking how much———the boko haram war is costing the oil wells in d SS————-really sad that the fulani North has no shame–left in them concerning the ongoing war–yet continues to insult the sensibilities of Nigerians by hiding under their janjaweed party–APC to request for our votes again——–come 2015—————————-after abusing the hell out of the people of the SS———————-given the tonnes of blood shed by the fulani North in Nigeria–via boko haram –ati other religious riots—methinks they have no moral RIGHT to plead for our votes—————-again——————-Kwankaso–buhari atiku ati tambuwal should be asked by< Nigerian–to go and put their janjaweed houses in order In the fulani——north before venturing into our public space–to throw their foul breath on us again——————-until we are able to appease the spirit of Ken– Kudirat- ati abiola among all those who were murdered in the fulani north by boko haram—————–they have no moral right to request for our votes again—————————————-via APC————————No way—————–every crime carries with it——————some level of punishment———————————if we do not say no to them–another boko haram will rea its head again–another kudirat–another ken another abiola will be assassinated again and again———————by d maharajahs–the 1b was uncalled for–its a waste————————–if not madness——————–sack dasuki ati gusua———-now———–where is our missing plane——————————————where are our daughters———————————-we do not need weapons to fight boko haram– all we need the ideals that patriotism stands for –we cannot win the boko haram war–based on our tribal marks————————-

      • endingNaija

        I think the Niger delta people should donate the $9.3m Goodluck Jonathan ati Ayo Oritsejafor tried to launder in South Africa to fight Boko Haram-abi redeeemweed?

    • the truth

      concur with this. the niger delta people were forced into this marriage called nigeria. we need a collective effort to get full resource control

  • Bunduma Mohammed

    Makarfi can sale his mother to make money.

  • Gbo_lee

    Lets pray this is another effort to buy arms to fund the boko haram that is increasingly looking linked with our government…Ife we had this much arms coming in…why then was our government desperately trying to buy arms illegally from South Africa? We are clearly not being told the truth

  • redeem

    So as usual the loan must b taken—abi wahala?———-during the Nigerian civil war——————-Aminu Kano——–was appointed Minister of defence——————-by Gowon—-while the war was on- he was asked to buy more arms for the troops–he placed orders for the weapons to be supplied by a British firm———————-the company in question later met with Aminu kano–and gave him half of the money meant for the supply of the weapons–as bribe———————-Aminu Kano refused and ordered the firm to use the money to supply Nigeria with extra weapons—he went on to ask them to double the amount of weapons—to be supplied by them—at no cost to the country————sadly this 1b loan has already been shared—————————in advance—-by d dasukis–gusaus—badey—and co———–should the president refuse to give go ahead to the loan——more war———the thieves backing boko haram———— will align with the janjaweeds in boko haram again——-and———-again———— to bomb Nyanya——————and–abduct more gals————–u will see what will happen as soon as the money gets into their blood stained pockets–the so-called chibok girls will be released–boko haram will be asked to go to hell——————–why because—————they have gotten their investment in boko haram back kalas–that is Nigeria for u—-we are together as a nation–simply because of the oil wells–not because APC has better ideas on how to run the country aground————————–none of them janjaweeds are interested in Nigeria—-9ja can burn into ashes for all they- care–if not late chief gani would have been president long b4 Obj——————————————–now we are left with the tinubu- atikus–kwankaso ati tambuwals——————————from d fulani north—————–to help rebury d spirit of kudirat for us————animals

    • endingNaija

      I think we should add the money ($9.3million) Goodluck Jonathan ati Ayo Oritsejafor tried to launder recently in South Africa. What do you think redeemweed?

    • Tonnero

      Redeemweed, you finally admit there is at least one northerner who is not bad? Wonders will never end. Maybe one day, we will get you to see that the division in Nigeria is not Yoruba/Hausa/Igbo but good/bad people, the bourgeois/the masses, the corruptly rich/the desperately poor, oppressors/the oppressed, vagabonds in power/the rest of us, people stealing from the commonwealth/people being stolen from.

  • Truthometer

    Whose private jet is going to whisk the approved $1billion out of the country? Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor’s plane is not available at the moment. Or the money is meant for 2015 election’s manipulation? We are waiting for the answer.

  • Peter Irene

    This one will end up being ferried with Ayo jet to Londonor Newyork. Don’t deceive Nigerians.

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  • Christiana Becker

    Hello everybody am Mrs Christiana Becker,am from United State of America,am here to testify of the good help Mr Michael David rendered to me,when I was in need of a business loan of $100.000USD,after I tried obtaining loan from some companies they scammed me of my little hard earn money,i didn’t knew that they were all bunch of scams,so at that point of time I was so confused and frustrated,don’t even know what to do,getting to a point that as I was browsing through Internet seeking for a job,i came across some testimonies of some customers that just got their loan successfully from Michael David Loan Company, and the testimonies was all about Mr Michael David on how he helped them with loan,so I said to myself that I will have to give myself second chance which I did,and surprisingly I got my loan from Mr Michael David Loan Company too without wasting much time,after what those first fake lenders did to me,what will I have do if not for Michael David who I will always see as a God sent to my life,and to the life of my families,am so happy right now,so I promised myself that if Mr Michael David did it for me,that I will tell the whole world about him, and the great work of his entire company too,and he really did it for me successfully,so I have to comment this great testimony of the good thing that just happened to me,my dear brother’s and sister’s out there also looking for the best company where you can obtain loan,I will kindly advice you to contact them now,i know that they will also help you,in case you want to get in contact with them for loan,you can as well contact them via this Email(michaeldavid364@gmail.com)thank you all.

    Christiana Becker

  • Bolivar

    I’m Bolivar Agata by name. I live in Spain, i want to use this medium to alert all loan seekers to be very careful because there are scammers everywhere.Few months ago I was financially strained, and due to my desperation I was scammed by several online lenders. I had almost lost hope until a friend of mine referred me to a very reliable lender called Mrs.Mary Clark who lend me an unsecured loan of $95,000 under 2hours without any stress. If you are in need of any kind of loan just contact him now via: maryclarkservice1@yahoo.com I‘m using this medium to alert all loan seekers because of the hell I passed through in the hands of those fraudulent lenders. And I don’t wish even my enemy to pass through such hell that I passed through in the hands of those fraudulent online lenders,i will also want you to help me pass this information to others who are also in need of a loan once you have also receive your loan from Mrs.Mary Clark, i pray that God should give her long life.

    God bless him forever.

    Bolivar Agata

    Testimony on how i got my loan