Nigerians Make A Mockery Of Lai’s N3.5m Sheikh Zakzaky Feeding Gaffe

STRANGE: Nigerian govt can’t pay N30k minimum wage, but spends ‘N3.5m monthly to feed Zakzaky’ Nigerian government is spending N3.5 million every month to feed the incarcerated leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed has claimed in a viral video. This means that the government is spending N115,000 daily to feed cleric, whose followers are being killed by the Nigerian security forces during their constant protests calling for his release. The minister’s claim has drawn criticisms and jibes against the government by…

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Nigeria: Still no Accountability For Human Rights Very – Amnesty

Despite overwhelming evidence of human rights violations, Nigerian authorities are fueling impunity across the country by failing to ensure accountability, said Amnesty International Nigeria today as Nigeria is being reviewed at the 31st session of the Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group. Amnesty International Nigeria also raises concerns about restrictions on the rights to freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly and continued imposition of the death penalty. “It is clear that Nigeria is not making progress in terms of bringing human rights violators to justice. We…

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Scam: Federal Govt Claims It Spends N3.5m Monthly To Feed Sheikh Zakzaky – Lai Mohammed 

Nigeria’s Minister of Information (misinformation) and Culture, Lai (lie) Mohammed, has claimed that the Federal Government spends as much as N3.5 million a month to feed detained leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. This scam far surpasses the five million Naira the government told the federal high court Abuja in July 2016 that it used to feed and treat him from the time of his arrest seven months earlier. This will now mean the government is claiming to spend about one million Naira each 10 days…

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