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1. 1960-1966:
Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa- no public funds stolen.

2. 1966
Main Gen. Aguyi Ironsi- no public funds stolen.

3. 1966-1975:
Gen. Yakubu Gowon- little stealing of public funds started progressively.

4. 1975-1976:
Gen. Murtala Muhammad- zero tolerance for corruption and indiscipline.

5. 1976-1979:
Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo- Army egg heads began proudly owning enormous properties, oil Blocs operating into Tens of millions of {dollars}.

6. 1979-1983:
Alhaji Shehu Shagari- looting galore by Ministers, social gathering functionaries and different authorities massive wigs.

7. 1984-1985:
Main Gen. Muhammadu Buhari- zero tolerance for corruption and indiscipline.
Some corrupt politicians bagged 200 years jail phrases.

8. 1985-1993:
Gen Ibrahim Babangida- freed all jailed politicians; liberalized the structure.
In a single fell swoop about $12 Billion varnished.

9. 1993-1998:
Gen. Sani Abacha- over $25 Billion looted in 4 turbulent years.

10. 1998- 1999:
Gen. Abdulsalam Abubakar- about $2 Billion looted in 11 months.

11. 1999- 2007:
Chief Olusegun Obasanjo- His Checking account mentioned to have grown from N20,000 after leaving jail to Multi-Billion {dollars} with selection properties throughout main cities. $16 Billion allegedly meant for electrical energy tasks vanished. One other N300 Billion [$2b] for roads disappeared.

12. 2007-2010:
Alhaji Umar Yar’Adua- reserved and sick. Looted funds haven’t been traced to his regime.

13. 2011-2015:
Dr. Goodluck Ebelle Jonathan- in 2011 elections about N2.6 Trillion disappeared.

Over $31Billion stolen in 2yrs.

One other $2.6 Billion was stolen in 2015 elections.

Extra relevations on stolen public funds throughout his tenure are nonetheless rising.

Supply: The Sunday Solar Might, 15, 2016. Web page 22.0.). Amina Dabo.

14. 2015 – date. PMB. Integrity, Zero tolerance for corruption, restoration of looted funds….

It’s nicely with Nigeria.

Please give it large publicity until it will get to them instantly or not directly

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The tradition before now was that Media Houses used to be settled to whitewash the image of an Administration. When President Buhari came in, he shut the door to those back hand, unethical and corrupt practices and by so doing incurred the wrath of the Media (some of whom even had to refund monies received from the Colonel Dasuki largesse).

The consequence is the present clearly visible gang up, hostility and deliberate ploy to always twist comments and issues concerning the Buhari administration to suit their unpatriotic and selfish agenda.

Let us remind Journalists and the Media at large of who President Buhari is, in case they have forgotten; President Buhari is a steel gate, he is ready to absorb all vibrational shocks and frequencies from anyone; he is a leader and a father who is not like the typical ‘shine shine’ politician who tells the people what he thinks they want to hear.

He promised Nigerians in 2014, “… to tell you everything the way they are, I will never hide anything from you.”

When a man of such impeccable character and integrity as President Buhari promised such, what were you expecting?

To you Nigerian Youth, read the transcript or watch the video of President Buhari’s comments for yourself;
1. You will not see the word ‘lazy’ mentioned anywhere.
2. You will also not find the word ‘youth’ anywhere in the comment.

So what’s the motive of those who deliberately twisted that comment to include those two words and ended up with “Buhari said Nigerian youths are lazy”? Your guess is as good as ours.

As for you who found it easier to use your data to promote and believe a lie than using it to search for the facts yourself, remember that intellectual laziness is equally laziness.

Moving forward, are you under 30 years of age and uneducated and don’t have a job and still believe that Nigeria is an oil-producing country, and for that reason, you expect free healthcare, free education and free housing? If your answer is YES, then, President Buhari talked about YOU! No apologies.

President Muhammadu Buhari’s comment was surrounded by so many conditions, which narrowed it down to a particular cadre of people, and not ALL NIGERIAN YOUTHS.

No doubt there are youths with an over bloated sense of entitlement and a defective victim mentality but there are many of our youths who are definitely not lazy. Many who are disciplined, well educated, intelligent, dilligent and examplary; contributing daily to the growth of their families, communities, the Nation and the World – from the likes of world famous Chimamanda, Phyno, Davido etc to the everyday Ada, Okon, Musa, Ireti working hard daily on the streets or in the schools.

Those are clearly not the people President Buhari referred to and the world knows it.

However, the corrupt Media would always have their way of manipulating any and everything. But they will keep failing.

After all the argy-bargy about President Buhari’s comments in the UK, the same youths still continue to demonstrate their unshakable love for our dear President, because they know he actually did not speak in derogation of them. He rather opened up to the world to see where they could come in to help, and eventually, Royal Dutch Company in conjunction with Shell BP appealed to President Buhari for a chance of a whopping $15Billion investment in Nigeria, so that the jobless under 30 youths would have jobs and further provide for themselves and their dependants.

So, who won in the end? The same youths won, and that is the spirit of a good father and leader displayed by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Please, do not allow the crooked, selfish and unprofessional Media to mislead your emotions against Buhari. He means well for all Nigerians, and wants the best for all of us especially the youth who are the leaders of tomorrow.

He needs our sincere support to make Nigeria work better for all.

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“President Muhammadu Buhari is fighting for your sake, he is stepping on toes for your sake, he is dying to create a new Nigeria, he is raising the bar for future leaders, he is laying the foundation for a brand new Nigeria, he is teaching both the young and the old that we can do better than this. He is teaching the youths accountability, probity, honesty, integrity, honour, trust, attitude, character, selfless leadership, common sense and commitment. Encourage him, support him and pray for him. It is for your own good”.

I have been following the conversations of some young Nigerians, I have been following the body languages, I have been following their thoughts, I have been following the interactions, their desires and aspirations, as well as their frustrations and I, am running away with the thinking that they do not know President Buhari is fighting for them.

While these young Nigerians do not know this, I am happy that I have met and had interactions with some forward-looking young Nigerians who understand very well the real games playing out in Nigeria and they know the future belongs to them.

Now the big question is this:

Do the youths know PMB is breaking his back for them?

Do they know why PMB contested in 2003, 2007, 2011 and did not give up until he returned in 2015 to clinch the ticket?

Do they know why he cried in 2011 when dawned on him that he may not make it again?

Do you know he went to Courts on those three occasions to challenge the electoral process?

Do they know the real reason why a man who has commanded some four or five divisions in the Nigerian Army and rose the rank of a General, a former Minister of Petroleum, former governor, former Head of State, former PTF Chairman etc want to rule Nigeria?

Do they know the reason why he clinched the presidency in 2015 against all odds?
Do they know why God put him there in the first place?

Do they know the kind of road blocks the looters of Nigeria put on his way in 2015 and yet he scaled through?
Can they remember all the hate campaigns, the type never seen in the history of Nigerian politics since the inception of Nigeria?

Do they know why they want him dead at all cost?

Do they know that some deadly and potentially dangerous Nigerian bigwigs planned to eliminate him forever?
Do they know why God spared his life?

He was saved because he has a mission to rescue Nigeria from the scourge of mindless predators and scavengers.
He was saved because he is in the saddle for a purpose.

He was saved because our Creator who put him there knows that everything we lack in this country, every damned thing can be traced to corruption.
He was saved because God still loves this country.

He was saved because Nigerian looters are getting bolder, without conscience, without remorse, without shame, without honour and without grace.

He was saved from the cold hands of death because God has not finished with Nigeria. PMB cried in 2015 because he feared Nigeria may still lie prostrate in the next 100 years if mindless and bloody plunderers are not checkmated.

Who would have known why Nigeria has remained poor in the midst of plenty?

Who would have known that those who came to claim to serve all of us are men and women without souls and without conscience?
Who would have known that some few Nigerians will have the audacity and the effrontery to steal our entire Budget without looking back?

Can the youths see the recovered loots from the former Service Chiefs, Ministers, Judges, cabals in the Oil Industry, CEOs of federal agencies?

Can the youths see what a former First Lady and her cronies gathered for themselves?

Did they see what the pathological looters did with our money meant for Arms to dislodge the insurgents?

President Muhammadu Buhari may not share these recovered loots to the youths of this country because the government does not share money.

They will use the money to build critical infrastructure which will, in turn, drive the economy and this means more jobs. A prophet is not without honour except in his homeland. African leaders gathered in Addis Ababa recently and they crown PMB as the Anti Corruption Champion in Africa.

Now, do we know the import of this message?

Some people especially the corrupt ones may not know that the Train has left the Station with this monumental endorsement by African Leaders.

At home, the man is being harassed by rogues and unrepentant thieves but outside the shores of Nigeria the man is celebrated. This is a clout!

At 73 PMB does not need anything again. Everybody agrees that the man is not corrupt, they agree that money and things of the world mean nothing to him, they know that he is not interested in material things and they know he is fighting for the young Nigerians and generations yet unborn.

They know he means business and they know he is unstoppable. If only they knew that there is a finger of God in all this. A school of thought says ” I freed a thousand slaves and I could have freed more if only they knew they were slaves.”

PMB is fighting for your sake, he is stepping on toes for your sake, he is dying to create a new Nigeria, he is raising the bar for future leaders, he is laying the foundation for a brand new Nigeria, he is teaching both the young and the old that we can do better than this. He is teaching the youths accountability, probity, honesty, integrity, honour, trust, attitude, character, selfless leadership, common sense and commitment. Encourage him, support him and pray for him. It is for your own good.
— Jerry Rawlings

*If you do good you are doing it for yourself.*

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