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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Ex-Presidents And Heads Of States Get N280m For Vehicles Purchase

The federal government approved N280.1 million cash payments for former presidents and heads of state to buy cars. 




The approval was contained in a document presented to the house of representatives committee on governmental affairs by Boss Mustapha, secretary of the government of the federation (SGF).


Mustapha appeared before the committee to review the 2017 budget of his office and defend estimates for 2018. He said the cars were monetised so the former leaders could buy vehicles of their choice. The SGF said N40m had already been released, leaving a balance of N240.1 million to be paid to the former leaders.


The beneficiaries are Olusegun Obasanjo, Goodluck Jonathan, Shehu Shagari, Yakubu Gowon, Ibrahim Babangida and Ernest Shonekan. The document said vehicles worth N120 million were also approved to be purchased for former vice-presidents in 2017. It said the procurement of the vehicles for the former VPs is “ongoing.”


The former vice-presidents include Abubakar Atiku, Sambo Dasuki, the late Alex Ekwueme and all former chiefs of general staff.
From the Cable



17 comments:

  1. Waste of funds after all they looted from this country, we are still giving them monies to buy cars.

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    1. Federal government is still owing my father o (Nigeria airways staff) please fast track the payment abeg

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    2. It's their entitlement as provided by law. So then our energies should actually be channelled towards evoking a revocation of such stale laws that are not at par with our present position on the development curve.

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  2. What a pathetic government! 280 million naira to buy cars!!! Cars!!! What kind of cars can these ones not fucking afford?? Nigerian citizens are suffering, some cant even afford to feed daily and the federal government is giving 280 million to past leaders to buy cars. Chaii! God next time you want to bring me into this world, please i dont want to be a Nigerian.

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  3. Kia some people came to this world to enjoy while some came to suffer the poor will always be around you oh Lord my God I don't want to be among this category Amen.

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  4. πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€

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  5. I guess this is buhari's way of empowering the economy.
    RUBBISH?!!!!!

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  6. No fuel and them dey buy car
    It is well with this country

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  7. Politics is so lucrative in the dark continent.
    Lord let me not be born n bred in Africa again.

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  8. This is 2019 bribery as usual to get the former presidents on his side but I say come 2019 buhari and his failed government must be flushed out.

    Plus in this hunger that is killing Nigerians the former presidents ought not to collect it and donate the money to a worthy cause to alleviate the hunger in the land.


    LEPπŸ˜›

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  9. Imagine! In a country where most families live below $1 a day.

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  10. Haa... just too disappointed with this country..

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  11. @LEP you are very correct! 2019 things.....

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  12. Means that Buhari to will get from this money!! As per Past President

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  13. Nigeria government never stop failing her citizens. .280million fada lawd😯😯😯#igbochic

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  14. WE NEED TO REVOKE THIS OBSOLETE AND INSENSITIVE LAW

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  15. I cry for my country. They are owing salaries to the poor masses and these ex whatever are here collecting car money? God will judge all of them. They won't reject the car and ask the government to put it into good use. Shame on them.

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