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Wednesday, August 25, 2021

EFCC Declares Nigerien Man Wanted For Defrauding Nigerian Army N166billion In Arms Deal

 This is unacceptable!!!







30 comments:

  1. Nigeria is a case of the thief stealing so much that the owner does not notice any longer. Shame.

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  2. The man is an executive criminal.

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  3. They should meet the govt official who brought him for the deal. Everybody involved had a cut and that's a fact.

    I don't understand...someone who has never brought in arms before for any country but becos na your "brother", You gave him the contract and expect magic to happen.

    The dude is hiding in plain sight.. if they catch him, he will talk so don't mind them with their "show"...lol.

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    1. My dear they have played this script for too long...The charade is getting old...They should find other tactics...Politicians have killed this country, they have infiltrated everywhere...

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    2. Simple and short!!! He didn't act alone.

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  4. Uh lala!! They never catch this guy since that time...Ikwakwakwakwakwa!! No peace for the wicked

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  5. I support this thief.

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  6. I find it difficult to believe anything "Nigerian Army" is saying.
    The looting is going on unabated. Looks like both these "fraudster" and
    the ogas in the army are hand in gloves.
    Why do I say this?
    If you have someone in the army like I do and you receive updates from the frontlines.
    Each time they call for backups and ammunitions, the Boko dudes know exactly when and where
    to block and cart away the stuff and come and kill off those army boys.
    Commander go excuse himself, next minute, masked boko dudes ambush his boys and there is a shootout.
    His boy prevail and kill plenty boko boys and begin unmasking them. Lo and behold, behind the mask is
    the face of their commander.
    You get my yarns now?

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    1. Whattttttttt????

      What did I just read.

      Lord pls expose every mole and fake person in the army IN Jesus name. Amen

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    2. The commander could be repentant Bokoharam.

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  7. Shame on the Nigerian Ministry of Defense, for giving such a huge contract to a non indigenous contractor. I bet he gave the Ogas at the top some of the money and disappeared into thin air.

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    1. The spelling of the name no be Nigeria this man from come. Due process and vetting , Who do am?

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    2. You are the only one seeing them as "non-indigenous"
      As long as he speaks Hausa, he is indigenous to them o.
      There is no boarder in the North.

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  8. How is this even possible? I mean how??? 😲

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  9. Abeggi,maybe he refused to give them their share.All of them na same same..wicked people.

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  10. Nigerian my a$$$. This guy is a Chadian.. Na una sabi.


    Lovelace

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  11. The man is from Niger republic, across the border from Camba, he is not a nigerian. But how did he a non nigerian get the contract in the first place? Na wa fir my country o

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    1. Niger republic don't spell their names like that...


      Lovelace

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  12. They have all shared the money and heaped the blame on this Nigerien whom they had assisted to disappear into thin air. Fish out this man for questioning now and you will hear that he is dead

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  13. Somebody is using this man to save face, Nigeria is a joke!

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  14. So like this now this money don lost nii

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  15. Why this ?
    Ajala the Traveller and co

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