President Jonathan’s N100million gift tears Chibok parents apart

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Aso rock is still living in stone age, How does one explain a situation where 100 million Naira was distributed in cash to the parents of the kidnapped girls. CBN is preaching cashless economy while Aso Rock is hoarding million of cash under the rocks of Aso rock. It is inconceivable that in this modern times and digital age, any government will descend this low.

Read comments from some of the parents below

'After we met with the presidency, the parents were given monies in envelopes and that’s all. All other things they are saying about N100million, I don’t know about that,” Mr. Bitrus said.

Another parent, who was screened out of the delegation that visited the president, said he got only N7,000 out of the money shared.

“I was at the farm when they brought the N7, 000 to my house and I collected it. Some of us got even less, N300 and below,” he said. Some got 200,000 Naira while some got 300 Naira.

Another parent, who was screened out of the delegation that visited the president, said he got only N7,000 out of the money shared.

 

“I was at the farm when they brought the N7, 000 to my house and I collected it. Some of us got even less, N300 and below,” he said.

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Africanorbit has found out  no yardstick was used in the distribution and fake parents made their ways to the cash center of Aso Rock. Some of the real parents got 7,000 Naira while the fake ones got bigger  share of the pie. The pie caretaker did  not even bring the whole pie to the table. Shame on all fake beneficiaries.


Jonathn lacks everything a good leader should have.

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