FG Discovers More HUGE Loots Hidden In Burial Grounds, Forest
Burial Grounds, forests are now new 'save haven' where big Nigerian looters now hide their stolen monies, the Federal Government revealed.

The Government also said looters have more money in their possession than all tiers of government in the country.

It, however, hailed its whistle-blower policy, which has led to the recovery of looted funds in major currencies which might have never been discovered, describing it as an effective tool for fighting corruption in Nigeria.

In a statement on Sunday, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said the policy had also shown the depth of Nigerians’ support for the fight against corruption.


Mohammed commended Nigerians for the enthusiasm and commitment that they had shown in helping the government to tackle what he described as “the hydra-headed monster of corruption” through the useful leads they had been providing to appropriate government agencies.

He added, “Since we inaugurated the whistle-blower policy, we have received immeasurable support from Nigerians.

“Yes, there is a monetary reward for any information that leads to recovery of looted funds, but from what we have seen, most Nigerians, who have come forward with useful leads, are driven by patriotism rather than reward.

“Nigerians, fired by a fervid resolve to help banish corruption from their country, have daily inundated the offices of the appropriate government agencies with valuable information.

“We have been told how looters have resorted to burying stolen funds in their backyards, in deep forests and even at burial grounds.

“Thanks to whistle-blowers, it is now clear that a rapacious few have pillaged the nation’s wealth through a vicious orgy of corrupt practices.”

Mohammed believed that more loot in the possession of others in the country would be uncovered and seized.

The minister stated, “It is now obvious that more funds are in the possession of looters than are available to the government at all levels to meets their obligations, including paying workers’ salaries, providing social amenities, upgrading infrastructure and ensuring the security of lives and property.

“As the looters continue to run helter-skelter, many of them are even abandoning their booty at unusual places, including airports.

“We want to assure Nigerians that we will not abandon this policy for whatever reason. Instead, we will continue to rejig it to make it more effective as a tool for fighting corruption.”

He said the recovered looted funds were safe, adding that as soon as the necessary reconciliation process and the litigation in some of the cases were concluded, the government would give a full account of the funds to Nigerians.

9 comments:

  1. We only hope that this will not be a case of Thief carry am and another thief recovered it hmm we are waiting oo

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  2. lET SEE WHAT WILL COME OUT OF IT

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  4. Very soon EFCC will uncover the mother of all loots. this would be the biggest and most shucking of all looted funds recovered. this will trigger anger amongst all Nigerians and it would be from the most unexpected person of all. Lets watch out.

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  5. Hope it will not be a case of collecting from thief and delivered it to thief hmmmmm

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  6. Let join hand with government to fight against this. Imagine Nigerians are going to bed with empty stomach. why billions are be buried in grave yards.

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  7. Let join hand with govt to fight against this. Imagine Nigerians are dying of hunger why billions of dollars is be prison in the burial ground.

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