President Was Looking For Missing Treasure In Halima’s Sokoto While It’s There In His Edu’s Shokoto—According to Shehu Sani

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The well-known Nigerian politician and former congressman Shehu Sani recently raised a lot of eyebrows when he hinted at a possible scandal involving senior government officials in a tweet. Sani’s message on Twitter said, “The Presido was looking for the missing treasure in Halima’s Sokoto while is there in his Edu’s Shokoto.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

After analyzing Sani’s remarks, it becomes apparent that the term “Presido” refers to the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. The phrase, “missing treasure,” suggests the existence of unaccounted funds within the country. Sani implicates Halima Shehu, the former National Coordinator and Chief Executive Officer of the National Social Investment Programme Agency (NSIPA), as the central figure in this alleged misconduct. Notably, Shehu was previously dismissed from her position due to suspicions of fund fraud.

Furthermore, Sani points towards the involvement of Betta Edu, the current Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, in his tweet. “Edu’s Shokoto” appears to refer to Betta Edu, insinuating that she may also be linked to the dubious financial activities. Disturbingly, rumors have emerged, alleging that Edu might have transferred over N500 million to a private account.

These revelations have sparked widespread speculation among the Nigerian populace, who eagerly await further information regarding the missing treasure and the potential involvement of high-ranking officials. As the situation unfolds, concerned citizens and activists are calling for a thorough investigation into the allegations, demanding transparency, and accountability from the country’s leadership. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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