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Minister Of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Umar-Farouq, Accused Of Spending N850 Billion To Feed School Children During The Short Lockdown

A member of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Dr. Katch Ononuju, has revealed that the Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Sadiya Umar-Farouq, allegedly spent a whopping N850 billion, to feed school children during the Covid-19 lockdown earlier this year.

Speaking during an interview on Channels Television, Ononuju alleged that President Buhari’s administration is an inactive one, and for that reason, he doubts the visibility of the President in Aso Rock, adding that, there is deceit going on in the Villa.

“The Presidency does not seem to exist as a steering wheel for guiding the Statecraft.

“We cannot see Buhari, he is missing in action. That is why you see the Administrator of Humanitarian Affairs saying that she spent N850 billion during the time of the lockdown, feeding school children.

“That is why we are talking about the North-East Development programme, and we have people who spent over a hundred billion, and we do not have any talk about it.

“What we are saying is, there is a competition by members of the current administration, which is caused by the non-availability of President Buhari acting as President of Nigeria. 

“Buhari is not available as President of Nigeria. If he is there, why all these anomalies in display? You could have a house, and that house would not be a home. It only becomes your home, if people live inside.

“So, if President Buhari that we see on pictures is not available to act as well, to act as President of Nigeria, then there is a deceit going on. You are showing us pictures of a man, how come he is not acting as President”, he said.

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