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Great Panic Erupt in Aso Rock as Buhari and others Top Politician on run.Moghalu Reveal the means of stealing Govt Fund.


According to the information reaching us today, Thebiafrastar reporters as Moghalu reveal the means of stealing Govt fund claiming it was use for burial.its a lie from the pit of hell.there are different meas they use to steal.

I can even mention some cases when they hid money in tank and druck. i know many of them in that act.i am here to expose all of them.

the system which buhari is opperating is worse than Goodluck Jonathan own.Ex-president goverment is open arms while this government is as dead as corps.

Kingsley Moghalu, presidential candidate of the Young Progressives Party, YPP, has mocked the Governor of Bauchi State, Mohammed Abubakar for claiming to have used N2.3 billion for burial.

Moghalu cry over some politicians steal public funds using the name of the dead.

Recall that the Bauchi Governor, Bala Mohammed had accused his predecessor, Mohammed Abubakar of spending a whopping sum of N2.3 billion to buy shroud (likkafani) and decking wood used in grave (iccen kabari) for Muslim burials in the state.

In an interview with journalists in Bauchi at the weekend, the governor’s spokesman, Ladan Salihu had alleged that the said funds were spent between January and May, 2019.

Salihu had explained that over N900 million of the money was spent in buying Muslim shroud, a white cloth used for wrapping dead bodies, while over N1.4 billion was used to buy the wood for decking graves during burial.

Reacting, Moghalu described the dead people as expensive.

In a tweet, he wrote: An aide to former Bauchi State Gov Mohammed Abubakar has reportedly said Bauchi didn’t spend N2.3 billion for burial materials in a state cemetery as alleged by activists, [“only”] N1.2 billion. Expensive dead people indeed. Some politicians steal even in the name of the dead!”


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