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Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Breakdown Of 81.5BN Spent By The NDDC

These monies were spent between January and May 2020...

N122.9 million spent on condolences?how?what does that mean?








''Diaris God ooooooooooooo....

''Diaris  God ooooooooo...

'Diaris God ooooooooooo.....

30 comments:

  1. Consultancy 83m??? Wat are you "consultancying"?
    Lassa fever 1.956bill? My God!

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  2. God forbid.

    God forbid

    God forbid

    It shall never be well with leaders who eat what is meant for the Masses.

    And doctors are paid #5k as hazard allowance in this same unless country.

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    1. Totally unless

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    2. And somebody will still have the conscience to tell them not to relocate for greener pastures? Imagine if all these staggering amount of money was utilized judiciously? Imagine if our useless leaders have the interest of the country at heart, imagine if these people are content and serve the country selflessly but No greed will not let them think straight.

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  3. Smh...come and see suffering in these oil producing villages in niger delta,yet this is what these people are doing with the money.

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  4. Nothing will come out of this shenanigans. Because na them them. The only problem they have within them is who go chop pass. Evil people, tomorrow if they are sick someone will tell me not to wish them the worse

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    1. I honestly don't feel for them when they drop dead.Evil lots

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  5. It seems this country is irredeemable

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  6. Akpabio was about exposing them all..


    He said, "most of the nddc contracts are given to members of the national assembly"

    Oha chairman shout, " cut cut cut, that's alright, that's alright ".😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    This country mehnnnn... Deep rooted fraud, bribery and corruption.. De thing too much

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  7. See stealing of the highest order!

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  8. These people just dey do us "The more you look The Less you see" but their plans fail this time...

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  9. Nigeria is a complete joke. After all these 'revelations', people will just come online to complain then business as usual continues!

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    1. Don't you get,they will contest and win over and over again. This is pathetic!

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  10. What!!! Just between Jan-May? I wonder if they are now NCDC that they will spent such amount on Lassa fever and Covid-19.

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  11. O God come to our rescue... Nigeria are full of corrupt leaders who uses our money for their own selfish interest

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  12. 🙆🙆🙆🙆🙆 see money
    Naija Politicians are wicked and heartless

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  13. When are we going to get out of this?
    This is really sad.
    God is not asleep he will judge every wrong.

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  14. I find this NDDC mess really annoying because NDDC was created for the people of Niger Delta and is also run by them. They had a large budget to develop the region but decided to steal the money. We can cry wolf all we want about being “segregated” but we cannot be trusted with a damn thing. Although, I am not justifying other people that rob communities, but NDDC management, are from the Niger Delta, live and work in the Niger Delta which means they most likely drive past the people they steal from everyday!

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  15. None of the money was spent on road maintenance and repairs, they just earmarked the money on the projects they can enable them to easily divert the funds

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  16. Senator Peter Nwaoboshi should also be investigated by the EFCC/ICPC & if found culpable, should be prosecuted.

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  17. And the IMC has proven to be worse than all past NDDC management.

    From the breakdown above, no fund was even allocated or spent on any meaningful project that has a direct bearing on the communities in the Niger Delta region.

    It really pisses me off as an indigene of the Niger Delta.

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  18. They've constructed two roads around my area here that didn't last for more than one year due to substandard construction. They embezzle the money that should be used for true development and leave the people with peanuts. It will never be well with them

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  19. Chai chai
    All this money they are spending, Diaris God ooooooooooooo....

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  20. Condolence money break down :

    They visit with a private jet that lands right inside the person's sitting room.
    2. They do asoebi for condolence visit.


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