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See How Much  You Owe Foreigners As A Nigerian Due To Buhari’s Reckless Borrowing —- Omokri Lambasts President Over Failures

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Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has criticized President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration for economic failures among others.

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Amid failing economy, the Buhari-critic who enjoys the name, “Buhari tormentor” argued that the Nigerian economy under President Buhari has made a steady downturn.

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Our heritage reporter reports that Nigeria, overpopulated beyond economic capacity, is faced with several challenges including terrorism, separatism and corruption. President Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government is characterized by propaganda in efforts to play down these challenges.

Warning that Buhari would leave several borrowed trillions of naira unpaid, Omokri explained that if the trend of borrowing by Buhari does not cease, Nigerians may individually owe up to N220,000 (two hundred and twenty two thousand naira) to the lenders.

According to Omokri;

“On May 29, 2015, the day Buhari took over from Jonathan, Nigeria owed ₦12 trillion, meaning each Nigerian owed ₦60k. In March 2021, we owed ₦33.11 trillion. Today, Wednesday, September 15, 2021 Nigeria owes almost ₦36 trillion. Meaning each Nigerian now owes ₦180k.

“If this new $4 billion and €700 million loan request is granted by the Lawan led rubber stamp National Assembly, we will each owe ₦220k! Buhari claims to be 78 years old (he is likely older). He won’t repay these monies. It is you and your children that China will come after. Money that you did not spend or benefit from. Money that was used to build a railway in Niger Republic (“I have first cousins in Niger”-Buhari) at your expense!”

 

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