A front-line politician in Nasarawa state, Ibrahim Oshafu has alleged that 6 billion dollars is being loose daily to oil theft in the country under the reign of president Goodluck Jonathan, He said corruption was increasing at a geometric progression without any precautionary measure taken by the president to addressing the trend.
The former governorship aspirant gave the indication at a press conference held in Lafia, Oshafu who contested for governorship under the banner of the All Nigeria People’s Party unveiled that the People’s Democratic Party under Jonathan denied Nigeria access to better life by neglecting road, education ,power supply and security.
Describing the PDP under Goodluck Jonathan as a corrupt-ridden nation”, The present Federal Government expended a whooping 30bn dollars to revamped power supply but Nigerians are grappling with darkness”.
He chastise the president for sacking the former governor of the apex Sanusi Lamido Sanusi for exposing the president and his cohort over misappropriation of 20bn dollars from the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) ,He also accused the PDP for voting chunk amount of money for the maintenance of security ,saying the colossal amount did not yield any result.
Oshafu raised alarm over the abduction of 200 chibok girls by insurgents, stating that no frantic effort were made to rescue the kidnapped girls ,He expressed displeasure over the way and manner things are going on in the country.
“Nigerians in Australia are concerned over the bad leadership of President Goodluck Jonathan”, He uncovered.