Exposed: How Former Governor Babangida Aliyu Shared President Goodluck’s N2 Billion Campaign Fund

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James Bawa

babangida-aliyuThe 8 year administration of Former Governor Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu aka the Chief Servant in Niger State is synonymous with looting, financial recklessness, abuse and mismanagement that left Niger State in stunted Growth and Development.

The best way to describe the Chief Servant’s Servant Leadership style in Niger is simply an act of Looting Barbarism.

Documents have it that Former Bayelsa State Governor; Late Chief Diepreye Alamieyeseigha was the delivery boy from President Goodluck to Dr. Mu’azu Babangida Aliyu.

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He delivered the Two Billion Naira to the self styled Chief Servant in Minna, Niger State Capital, a Night to the public declaration of Umar Nasko’s intention to contest the 2015 governorship election held at the Bako Kontagora Stadium, Minna. It should be recalled that the Late Alamieyeseigha was present at the occasion.

The Chief Servant pocketed one Billion Naira of the two Billion Naira and gave his anointed candidate, Alhaji Umar Nasko the remaining one Billion Naira.

The Document sources disclosed that, Umar Nasko gave 200 Million Naira to his running mate, Alhaji Isah Liman Kantigi and 150 Million Naira to Muhammed Aliyu AKA Ciroman Talba.

Unfortunately for Former Governor Aliyu, the Late Alamieyeseigha played a very fast and smart counter attack by recording the entire delivery process on Video. Those who think the Man is dead, sorry, evidence are just like museums for historic purposes.

Meanwhile, other players include, Former Minister Asabe Asmau, PDP’s National Youth Leader, Maibasira who has already invested his own by opening a school just like co-looter Hassan Nuhu, who used stolen Sure-P money to start a Private School of Health in Minna. Another play maker in the looting of Campaign funds is Aisha Babangida who very soon the world would know what she pocketed.

1 Comment
  1. Mohammed W. Shebe says

    EFCC, please act.

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