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Misappropriation Of Governments' Fund in the face of ASUU Strike by fabby26(m): 1:48pm On Oct 22, 2013
Don't you think that sequel to the scandal in misappropriation of fund by the Aviation ministry for the purchase of N255M worth of bullet-proof vehicle will make Academic staff in industrial action more adamant to accept FGN offer. And after they say there's no money in the Nations' treasury, if a minister can spend such to procure a vehicle in a temporary office position, then you begin to imagine how much is in her coffers. This always sends cold shivers down my spine.

ASUU Strike still have a long way to go because the ministry has just inflicted another wound in already healing wound....Did I just say healing?
Re: Misappropriation Of Governments' Fund in the face of ASUU Strike by richybanky(m): 2:42pm On Oct 22, 2013
Am even tayad of dis country sef

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