“Sir, The funds recovered from looters in the past fews years of your government is 739 billion Naira, Abacha recovered returned loot is 322,000,000 dollars equivalent of 112billion naira Totalling 851 billion naira. why was the Abacha returned loots shared? Who are the beneficiaries? Why wasn’t the returned and recovered loots used to finance some of the basic social problems like electricity, repairing our refineries and creating jobs for our youths, build a world-class hospital that can reduce the traveling expenses of Nigerians travelling abroad for medical treatment?,” he questioned.
Top Nigerian comedian, Francis Agoda, popularly known as I Go Dye, on Friday blast the federal government and president Muhammadu Buhari for letting Nigerians living in abject poverty.
He expressed concern over the recent development were Nigeria was reported to have overtaken India in terms of living in poverty.
According to him, Nigeria is ranked number 1 in terms of poverty and therefore, he believes the president Buhari has questions to answer over his handling of corruption especially with the loots recovered from Abacha’s regime.
The comedian took to his Instagram page where he raised alarm on lots of issues regarding Nigeria out of which he raised issues on the millions of unemployed graduates and also questioned what the loots recovered from the Abacha regime has been used for.
He wrote: “Your Excellency, our budgets for the last 3 years of your government 2016 (6.07 trillion),2017 (7.298trillion,)2018 ( 9.12 trillion) Total 22.488 trillion naira, yet we do not have access to ordinary clean water, with escalated hunger in the land. In 2015, Nigerian was ranked 3rd among the poorest nations index but today in 2018, Nigeria is now ranked number number 1 people living in poverty in world overtaking India.That is why Nigerians are complaining,”
“THERE IS HUNGER IN NIGERIA DON’T LET ANYONE DECEIVE YOU. Your Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari. As madact Ambassador on make A Difference Against Corruption Today, it has expanded my passion to speak. It saddens my heart that after 58 years all sectors of our social and economic lives has been plunged in failure. Over the years, millions of graduates continue to wade through trying times, while youths with creative artistry, artisans and our young women have been denied the true values of nationhood, self-esteem has been destroyed, many weep and sleep on a daily basis without a meal .”