LOOTING UNDER BUHARI A CHILD’S PLAY COMPARED TO OVER N2TRILLION ALREADY LOOTED UNDER TINUBU” Jackson Ude posted on his X page on Sunday.
“In the year 2020 when I first exposed the looting under the Mohammadu Buhari’s Government by the late Isa Funtua, and how he connived with Former CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele to take over Key Stone Bank, 9mobile and others including the involvement of Teleology and co, I was called a fake news peddler. In fact, they sued me and hired hatchet journalists to write rubbish in an attempt to disparage me.
“Today, the same folks in APC and their urchins who attacked me over that expose, are the same celebrating same expose I did in 2020.
“There is absolutely nothing to celebrate here. What Funtua and Emefiele and their friends did are not new. They are all old stories I already shared on this space long ago.
“What is new is that in the last seven months of Tinubu’s reign, over N2trillion has been looted. It is not like that of the primitive looting under Buhari.
This one, is an institutional looting, a class never before seen in the history of Nigeria’s democracy where cronies spread across different agencies of Government, make returns to the ‘Oga at the top.’ First, Tinubu cornered four oil blocks to himself using Oando Plc fronted by Wale Tinubu. This is aside the midnight sharing of returned loots by members of Buhari’s Govt.,” Jackson Ude further said.
“Under Tinubu’s Government, Femi Gbajabiamila is both Isa Funtua and Abba Kyari. The First Lady, Remi Tinubu, is times four of Aisha Buhari. Seyi Tinubu is both Mamman Daura and Abubakar Malami.
They all have cronies spread across Ministries and Agencies of Government as Ministers or heads of agencies.
“My expose so far on the looting under Tinubu has again been called “fake news.” But like the case of Isa Funtua and Emefiele, one day, another Government appointed investigator would confirm all I have exposed under Tinubu.
“Until then, let the looting continue.
Merry Xmas folks!” Jackson Ude concluded.
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