- Controversial Nigerian on-air-personality, Daddy Freeze, has reacted to the recently recovered Abacha loot
- Nigerian had recently received a $311m (N121.5 billion) Abacha loot from the United States of America
- Daddy Freeze then thanked late Abacha for the recovered money as he called it a credit alert from the late general
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Legit.ng News on your Facebook News Feed!
The Nigerian government is largely known to be a corrupt one and a number of former rulers and politicians have been said to loot the country’s funds whenever they are in power.
Just recently, it was reported that Nigeria received $311m (N121.5 billion) recovered Abacha loot from the Unites States of America.
Nigerian on-air-personality, Daddy Freeze, has reacted to the news. According to him, the country has received another credit alert from the late general and he thanked him for it.
Freeze then asked that if Abacha had not looted these large amounts of money, what would the Nigerian government have done with it?
The on-air personality also said that he hopes the money is not looted now that it has been returned.
In the caption of his post he wrote: “Al’loot’a continua
Just when we thought that we were broke, we got an alert from Abacha...
Loot and reloot, at least Abacha came through with 311 million usd at nearly 450 Naira to a dollar, that’s not looting, that’s investing if you ask me.”
See his post below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that veteran Nigerian singer, Daddy Showkey, has spoken on why God has been good to him in life.
According to Showkey, he has been enjoying God's blessings because of his generousity. The singer recounted how he once bought cars for 25 people and gifted them N2 million each. He said that most of these people were from his hood in Ajegunle.
PAY ATTENTION: Do you have news to share? Contact Legit.ng instantly
HELLO! NAIJ.com (naija.ng) upgrades to Legit.ng We keep evolving to serve our readers better
Nigeria News 2018: Abacha Loot - The Federal Government To Share $322M To Nigerians | Legit TV