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The Sharing Of Palliatives Has Been A Scam So Far – Ali Ndume

Ali Ndume

Ali Ndume

Senator Ali Ndume has come out to speak on the palliative arranged by the FG to reduce the effect of the coronavirus lockdown in parts of Nigeria.

Ali recently revealed that even if the intention of Buhari is commendable, the people he has charged with the responsibility of distributing the food items are not giving it to very poor Nigerians.

According to him, they just sit down in Abuja and claim that they have data but fail to act on the president’s instructions to help the less privileged in the country.

He added that the sharing of palliatives has been a scam thus far because if things are done properly, Nigerians will see and feel it.

His words, “The intention of the President is commendable. He responded quickly to the needs of the people knowing that when the people are locked up, they, especially the poorest of the poor, who won’t eat because they depend on daily income.

Unfortunately, those people charged with the responsibility of carrying out this assignment are not giving the palliative to the poorest of the poor.

They sit down there in Abuja and claim they have data but call some small boys with laptops in their hands and to generate fraudulent data and, yet, they don’t want politicians to come near them.

That is a big scam as far as I am concerned. If this thing is done properly, people will see and feel it. As I am speaking to you now, I am in my constituency and I am yet to see anyone who says he or she got anything from them.”

On Bokoharam, “Of course. We are delighted with the development. It is a good development for us and everybody especially around the Lake Chad Basin because Boko Haram has three black spots from where they launch attacks against Cameroon, Niger, Chad, and Nigeria.

With the recent killings of the Chadian army personnel and the Chadian President personally leading the fight against them, the move inflicted serious casualty on Boko Haram.

And the Nigerian government is also responding to those attacks. We are hopeful that this fight will soon come to an end. I am privy to some information that cannot be discussed in the media; based on the information, I am confident that Nigeria will do the needful and bring the fight to a close.”

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