Monday, May 30, 2016

Misappropriation of Federal Revenue Allocation for National Security is Treason

Sambo Dasuki, former National Security Adviser, received an extra-budgetary allocation of $2.1 billion from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) within nine months after approvals by former President Goodluck Jonathan.

Misappropriation of federal revenue allocation for national security is treason.
It is the worst crime to commit against a sovereign state.

What former President Goodluck Jonathan did caused the unfortunate deaths thousands of innocent Nigerians, including women and children who would have been alive today.
Only the bereaved families, relations and friends of the unfortunate victims know the depths of their great loss .
Mohammed Sambo Dasuki said he only obeyed the instructions of former President Jonathan.

If Mr. Jonathan did not lose the 2015 presidential election, the rest of the world would not have known about these criminal misappropriations, and the national security of Nigerians would have been further jeopardized with more loss of precious lives, because of the evil greed for political power by Mr. Jonathan and his cabal of political contractors and cultists from the Niger Delta to Abuja.

Political amnesia is a common disease among majority of Nigerians who forget the horrible acts of terrible political leaders of the past and fail to learn from the political calamities of the past..

 I have not forgotten the unknown little girl the demonic Boko Haram strapped explosive device around her and sent her as a suicide bomber to blow up people at the market, but she chose to run away and blew up herself to sacrifice her life to save others. Oh! What a horrifying way for an innocent Nigerian child to die. But I know majority of us have forgotten her. To me, she is a martyr and I will never forget her
If only she was identified, her name should have been used in memorial tribute to her and the other innocent children used and killed as suicide bombers by the demonic Boko Haram terrorists in the north eastern region of Nigeria.

Those who forget the lessons of history will repeat the mistakes of the past in the future.

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