Aisha says Buhari is the Most Corrupt Nigerian President.
Aisha says Buhari is the most corrupt Nigerian president in her response to the approval of the sum of $1.5 billion. The money is for the rehabilitation of the Port Harcourt refinery located in Rivers state.
Mrs. Aisha Yesufu, The co-founder of the Bring Back Our Girls (BBOG) movement, has described Muhammadu Buhari as the most corrupt President to lead Nigeria.
She stated this on Thursday the 18th of March while responding to the Federal Executive Council’s announcement to approve the sum of $1.5 billion for the rehabilitation of the Port Harcourt refinery in Rivers state.
Timipre Sylva, the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, had revealed this to State House correspondents. It was revealed when the FEC meeting held at the Presidential Villa, located in Abuja. This was revealed at the end of the meeting on Wednesday the 17th of March.
Sylva stated the Ministry of Petroleum Resources had presented a proposal to the council. The council was presided over by Buhari to rehabilitate the refinery.
The minister announced that the reinstation of the refinery would happen in three stages. He added that the first phase would be finished in 18 months. After the first phase is done, the refinery will begin producing 90 percent of its nameplate capacity.
Sylva stated that the second phase would be completed in 24 months. Then all the final stages will be completed in 44 months, and consultations are approved.
Reacting in a post on her Twitter page on Thursday, Aisha Yesufu accused the President of being determined to destroy the country.
She wrote: “Buhari is not only the most corrupt person to lead Nigeria, but he is also the most heartless, reckless and pitiful person to lead Nigeria. He is focused on destroying Nigeria that gave him everything and wasted its resources on him!”
One could feel the pain in her voice as she talked about how much Buhari is out to destroy the country. It’s quite sad that the President of the Federal Republic is reflected in such light. But the current state of the country can make one think the same thing.
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