Boko Haram: Fayose Asks End Of Year Question About $1b Insurgency Fund
It is the last day of the year and appraisal time has come.
One person that has brought forward an appraisal, with a demand from the Federal Government is the former Governor of Ekiti State, Mr Ayodele Fayose.
He has again raised issues about the $1 billion (360 billion Naira) insurgency fund withdrawal from the Excess Crude Account that governors of Nigeria gave their approval for.
Mr Fayose wants Nigerians to join in asking the government where the fund is.
In a post on his Twitter page, the former Governor of Ekiti State wrote: "One questions they won't want Nigerians to ask as this year comes to an end is; where is that $1bn (N360bn) they took from the Excess Crude Account to fight Boko Haram?".
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This question is coming days after the battle for Baga that resulted in the death of a naval officer.
The money was requested for by President Muhammadu Buhari to boost the fight against Boko Haram, but recently, the Jihadist group has increased its push for an Islamic State in the northeast and an end to Western education there.
One questions they won't want Nigerians to ask as this year comes to an end is; where is that $1bn (N360bn) they took from the Excess Crude Account to fight Boko Haram?— Peter Ayodele Fayose (@GovAyoFayose) December 31, 2018
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