Abacha’s recent loot came as a surprise to all and its effect falls deeply for generations present and generations to come. In a bid to unravel the intention of the former Nigerian dictator, conversations from Nigerians reveal what the society feels about the current situation.
In both sarcastic, saddening and hilarious tweets, the world is made known of Sani Abacha’s sins:
— That Shy AkwaIbom Boy🇳🇬 (@ambysmedia) June 5, 2019
This recent #AbachaLoot returned is
£211,000,000 x N345 = N72,795,000,000.
And our President, King of the North, Father of All Travellers & Mr. Integrity keeps praising this man. These funds could have been used to send some of our uneducated parents to school. Big shame 😭 pic.twitter.com/4mLm67gHlb
— Ọládélé Dàda (@realoladele) June 5, 2019
— To Plan Is To Plot, To Plot Is To Conspire (@TweetAtAustin) June 5, 2019
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— Israel Ugochukwu Journalist (@JonalistIsrael) June 5, 2019
Who remembers Abacha stove?
21yrs after Abacha's death UK discovered a fresh N82billion looted fund.
Many families abandoned gas & kerosine stove for Abacha stove (made from a tin & sawdust) cos they cldn't afford to buy gas & Kero.
— Kemi Ariyo (@d_problemsolver) June 5, 2019
This is the latest fund recovery from #AbachaLoot
£211,000,000 x N345 x £1
Why then is Nigeria in debt? Why is Nigeria in and out of recession? Why do we still have over 60% poor Nigerians? @ProfOsinbajo@asemota when will we get it right? @jimidisu
— Da (@DaParrot) June 5, 2019
Late General Ibrahim sani Abacha is the most generous head of state that ruled Nigeria oh!
even after death, the guy is sending us money once per administration 😅
— sam uche ⚓❄ (@snowice91) June 5, 2019