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Politics Revealing! List of Nigerian Politicians With Houses and Businesses In UAE - Sahara Reporters

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justice uloko

Member
#21
@Jules, I didn't have an account previously, I had to to say something to you.
You may not see anything wrong by having businesses and property aboard by these Public Servants, but I want you to think about these few;
1. Who will probe, ask Aliko Dangote, Chief Igbinedion and other entrepreneurs why they have properties in the UAE?
2. As a public servant, who employes you?
3. As a public servant, on whose account are you been paid salary?
4. Do you pay tax?

I think your answers shouldn't be far from mine..

Now I think before you assume that kind of life in the Public life, whatever you have acquired before will be declared for clarity and transparency. Now these government funds the are been spent by these individuals are taxes paid by the people of Nigeria for the development of their country.
And you think we should take it light on corruption?
@Jules, do you pay tax?
Now if the properties and all are only those of PDP, am not "Partylistic" but if there are evidences and proofs to show that others also have, why not share it?

If the PMB administration is shedding some set of people or party members, don't you think rival parties are also searching for their (Apc) loopholes?

Please the fight against corruption shouldn't be seen as a personal affair, it's for the good of all.
Well said bros. I hope Jules put that write up into his or her head
 
J

justice uloko

Member
#22
@Jules, I didn't have an account previously, I had to to say something to you.
You may not see anything wrong by having businesses and property aboard by these Public Servants, but I want you to think about these few;
1. Who will probe, ask Aliko Dangote, Chief Igbinedion and other entrepreneurs why they have properties in the UAE?
2. As a public servant, who employes you?
3. As a public servant, on whose account are you been paid salary?
4. Do you pay tax?

I think your answers shouldn't be far from mine..

Now I think before you assume that kind of life in the Public life, whatever you have acquired before will be declared for clarity and transparency. Now these government funds the are been spent by these individuals are taxes paid by the people of Nigeria for the development of their country.
And you think we should take it light on corruption?
@Jules, do you pay tax?
Now if the properties and all are only those of PDP, am not "Partylistic" but if there are evidences and proofs to show that others also have, why not share it?

If the PMB administration is shedding some set of people or party members, don't you think rival parties are also searching for their (Apc) loopholes?

Please the fight against corruption shouldn't be seen as a personal affair, it's for the good of all.
Well said bros. I hope Jules put that write up into his or her head
 
CzarArmani

CzarArmani

Member
#23
@CzarArmani Thank you for joining Nigerian Bulletin.

Some public officers had jobs, careers before venturing into public service; NEVER FORGET THAT. Where a man decides to invest his money shouldn't give you sleepless nights. Do you have proof that they bought properties with government funds? . A media trial is different but a court room trial bro. I pray PMB wins his anti-corruption war in the court room.

On do i pay tax? ; Are you the taxman? :p
The same reason why I don't subscribe to all these news channels becos you don't know the one that is reliable. Still we all depend on their info, true or false.
However, thanks for the welcome.

If you check my comment, I stated that before they get into the government, they are free to do whatever legitimate trade they want to, however when they are in their asset needs to be declared.
Now your point is what if those properties are acquired by dividend of their trade?
Truth is we may pretend not to know but we know that most of those acquisitions some of them wouldn't have had it in their life time if they are doing their previous business.
 
Jules

Jules

Social Member
Curators
#24
The same reason why I don't subscribe to all these news channels becos you don't know the one that is reliable. Still we all depend on their info, true or false.
However, thanks for the welcome.

If you check my comment, I stated that before they get into the government, they are free to do whatever legitimate trade they want to, however when they are in their asset needs to be declared.
Now your point is what if those properties are acquired by dividend of their trade?
Truth is we may pretend not to know but we know that most of those acquisitions some of them wouldn't have had it in their life time if they are doing their previous business.
our stories always have sources...
 
Samguine

Samguine

Moderator
Staff member
Curators
#25
If they acquired the said properties with their own 'private' money, why then do they deny such allegations and conduct such businesses secretly? @Jules @CzarArmani @justice uloko
 
CzarArmani

CzarArmani

Member
#26
If they acquired the said properties with their own 'private' money, why then do they deny such allegations and conduct such businesses secretly? @Jules @CzarArmani @justice uloko
@Samguine, I totally don't believe their lies.
Those monies are taxpayers' that's why they can't come out to the open.

I would feel terribly dis-appointed hearing any of my representatives with the deplorable state of their constituency would have a running working industries in another country.
Wouldn't you feel same?
 
RemmyAlex

RemmyAlex

Social Member
Curators
#27
@CzarArmani , I'm very much with you jare. Sooner or later, UAE government will forward official list down to Nigeria. Lets wait and see what will happen.
 
curator

curator

Administrator
Curators
#28
officially empirical evidence is what we are looking for, anyone can make these claims and the fact that they have not been backed up might be a problem for these particulars claims.

Privately - we all know where the money comes from - cash does not just open the door at the ministries, NNPC, NPA, CBN and wlk out by themselves. We cannot honestly defend the guys listed, they should defend themselves. Every Nigerian knows how things are done in government and also in the private sector from the gate to oga's office.

They should all declare their assets and show the company tax receipts for the past 10 years before they came into office - this includes the present government: federal and state levels.
 
CzarArmani

CzarArmani

Member
#29
@CzarArmani , I'm very much with you jare. Sooner or later, UAE government will forward official list down to Nigeria. Lets wait and see what will happen.
Thanks Remmy.By the grace of God soon.
 
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