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An Open Letter To The Federal Government Of Nigeria on the $322m Abacha Loot by promotervickky(m): 8:02pm On Jun 29, 2018
An open letter to the Federal government of Nigeria on the $322m Abacha Loot that is to be shared to the poorest homes in Nigeria.

By 360media a stand out platform that specializes on News,Health,entertainment,technology and public concerns.

First we want to acknowledge the relentless work of the federal Government in recovering back the looted funds.

This is an open letter to the President Muhammadu buhari administration, we admire the steps taken in ensuring the looted funds were being recovered and it's ready for disbursement by July 2018 to poorest households in Nigeria.
We the 360media online positive platform thinks that the $322m Abacha Loot can go a long way and do better than disbursing it to the poorest homes in the country, notwithstanding the motive of the Government on eradicating poverty. Rather than disburse these funds to the poorest homes in Nigeria why not set up a scheme in which these funds will be used to bring these people out from poverty ? Because trust me if this $322m Abacha Loot is shared 5,000naira each to each of the poorest households as said by the Government, in Nigeria it will go to waste and too 5,000naira can't take a family for a whole month.
Mr president sir rather than disburse these funds to the poorest households why not set up a scheme that will empower these families with these recovered funds if this scheme is set up, these families will arise from poverty. The figure of the funds is too large to be disbursed like this it can do better and can go far.

Please we solemnly beg for an acknowledgment of this open letter to the Federal government of Nigeria.

We the 360media Group supports you the Federal government of Nigeria in prayers and in taken up responsibilities. we have a blueprint on how this scheme can be started up if needing support please contact us on our email below.

Yours sincerely
Contact us @360mediagroupinc@gmail.com
Re: An Open Letter To The Federal Government Of Nigeria on the $322m Abacha Loot by aminu790(m): 8:05pm On Jun 29, 2018
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Re: An Open Letter To The Federal Government Of Nigeria on the $322m Abacha Loot by bewla(m): 9:16pm On Jun 29, 2018
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Re: An Open Letter To The Federal Government Of Nigeria on the $322m Abacha Loot by MahatmaGhandi: 3:23am On Jun 30, 2018
This is madness. The same Abacha that Buhari declared to be a saint. Are we now so shameless. The Presidency has serious integrity issues.

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