I HOPE MANY PRESIDENT MOHAMMADU BUHARI'S SUPPORTERS CLUB WILL BE ABLE TO RESPOND TO THIS.

I, HOPE MANY PRESIDENT MOHAMMADU BUHARI'S SUPPORTERS CLUB WILL BE ABLE TO RESPOND TO THIS.

Late Chief Dr Olusola Saraki (MBBS), the father of the current Nigerian Senate President, Bukola Saraki, was a one time Senate leader In the 2nd Republic, 1979-1983 and under his Leadership Senate committee member indicted General Mohammadu Buhari over the missing 2.8billion pounds sterling.
In 1983, When the Senate Committee under the leadership of, Late Chief Dr. Olusola Saraki Chaired was investigating the stolen 2.8 Billion pounds sterling, from the coffers of the Nigeria National Petroleum Cooperation (NNPC) Between 1977-1978, under General Mohammadu Buhari's watch as NNPC Boss.
Mohammadu Buhari was Indicted by the Nigerian Senate over the missing funds, as the Money was traced to his Bank accounts with British bank, Midland bank, now HSBC. Mohammdu Buhari and his Military gangs, staged the 1983 coup that ousted the, President Shehu Shagari / Dr. Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme led government to cover up his indictment by Senate Committee and the Justice Ayo Irikefe panels that probed the missing 2.8 billion pounds sterling Crude Oil Funds.
The late Senator Abubakar Olusola Saraki was thrown behind bars together with members of his committee and other Nigerian politicians by Major General Mohammadu Buhari. Regrettably, the 2.8 Billion pounds sterling probe was swept under the carpet and the audit trail and source documents destroyed by Buhari's Military Government.
General Mohammadu Buhari declared himself a saint with barrel of gun, as he is aware that no one will challenge him, 32 years gone, Nigerians are still asking where has the Missing 2.8 Billion pounds sterling Nigeria fund gone? The current value of 2.8billion stolen in 1970s in a simple compound interest worth over $887.25Billion US dollars .
This is bigger than the budget of all African countries in few years.
Now you know why President Mohammadu Buhari is still fighting the current Nigeria Senate President Bukola Saraki.
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