Is Buhari Under Pressure To Publicly Release The Names Of Treasury Looters ?

President Buhari
 Could it be that the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari is Under pressure to publicly list the names of looters ?

 Well, there has being several thoughts about that, so far. It was expected that the President was to list the names of alleged looters of the nation, some people saw it as a promise from the President, which he was not forced to say he would release it or not. But it is obvious that President Buhari's administration Have being doing well "in fighting corruption".
 He said he would publicly list the names of the looters and also the amount of assets that was recovered, on May 29th, during his one-year anniversary speech. And many Nigerians be like " Ok, we would now know the names of people who wanted to drain Nigeria to remain chaff", but surprisingly it wasn't what they expected.


 The President now said the Ministry of Information would do that during the course of the week, and again Nigerians were now being like "Finally, finally we would see their names" many people are not even interested about the amount that was recovered and how the government would use it to better the lives of Nigerians via loans and grants, but just want to hear the names. Fortunately the Ministry of Information released the amount that was looted but not the names.
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 According to a statement by the Ministry of Information on Saturday; N78,325,354,631.82, $185,119,584.61, 3,508,355.46 Euros and 11,250 Pound Sterling was recovered between May 29,2015 and may 25,2016.

 And also released were recoveries under interim forfeiture,which were a combination of cash and assets, during the same period: N126,563,481,095.43, $19,090,243,920.15, 2,484,447.55 and 303,399.17 Pound Sterling.
 The Ministry of Information, announced that 239 non-cash recoveries were made during the period. Non-cash included farmlands, plots of land, uncompleted buildings, completed buildings, vehicles and maritime vessels. The names of those who returned those assets were not named.
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 But Punch said that former Presidents Obasanjo and Jonathan had separate late night visits to the State House having meetings with President Buhari, but reasons for their visit were not stated. Could it be the reason why President Buhari refused to name the looters ?



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