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Chronicles Of Missing “things” In Nigeria

Missing Nigerian Ship – According to Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), a ship, code named MT KEMEPADE was declared missing on September 28, 2011 from the Nigerian side of the Atlantic. A whole ship gone missing!

Missing Nigerian Planes:
Missing Plane 1. According to the NewYork Times article published November 8, 1996, a Boeing 727 Passeger plane flying out of Port Harcourt with 132 passengers and 9 crew members was declared missing

Missing Plane 2. According to several News Media, a Beechcraft 1900D aircraft belonging to Wing Airline was declared missing shortly after take off on March 15, 2008.

Missing Nigerian Space Satellite.
According to the BBC Africa News, in November 18th, 2008, a Satellite (NIGCOM SAT 1) that cost Nigeria $ 250million or (N40 Billion) was declared missing in space a few days after launch!

Missing monies:
$ 12.2 Billion (N2 Trillion Naira) –
According to an exclusive Time magazine article dated Oct 8 2007, $ 12.2 Billion accrued during the Gulf war oil windfall under the IBB regime is still missing till this day, no one knows where the money went.

$ 1.18 Billion (N195 Billion Naira) – According to Punch Newspaper dated December 17th, 2012, $ 1.18billion of Police Pension’s Fund under the watch of Dr. Abdulrasheed Maina was declared
missing. Maina still flocks with the president, and visits Aso Rock unrestrained.
The money? Still missing and yet to be found!

$ 3.3 Billion (N500 Billion Naira) – According to a publication by Vanguard on December 18th, 2013, $ 3.3 Billion or N500 Billion or SURE-P funds was declared missing! No one has accounted for that money up till now!

$ 67 Billion (12 Trillion Naira). Last year (2013) Dr. Oby Ezekewsili, Former Minister of Education and the Former Vice President of World Bank Africa, declared that Former President Yar’adua left $ 67 billion in Nigeria’s excess crude account and it has since gone missing or perhaps squandered
by the Jonathan administration.

$ 5 Billion (N800 Billion Naira). Last year (2013) Governor Rotimi Amaechi in an interview granted to ChannelsTV during the Nigerian Governor’s forum conference in Sokoto, claimed that $ 5billion from our excess crude account was missing and
unaccounted for.

$ 20 Billion (N3.3 Trillion Naira) . This year, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi declared $ 20billion to be missing from proceeds of crude oil sales by NNPC.
While successes stories have been recorded in finding the missing plane, ship, maybe not for the satellite, nothing, however, has been heard about these missing monies – over $ 100billion recorded to have been stolen from one country! Think about this for a moment – Yes – over a $ 100 Billion (N16.5 Trillion Naira) in a few years!

Unfortuantely, the bulk of the money has been missing under the watch of the
Missing Girls. 
150 black days gone since the girls from chibok were taken away. With no progress made on there rescue thanks to confuse leadership in Abuja.
2015- Dasuki
ACCUSED key players in the $2.1 billion arms deal prosecution would have their dates in court this week starting from today. Former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd), former chairman, Daar Communications Plc, Chief Raymond Dokpesi and former Sokoto State Governor Attahiru Bafarawa and others would tell the court their roles in the alleged big scam.

The hard and soft copies of the 2016 budget documents President Muhammadu Buhari handed over to the National Assembly on December 22, 2015 have been declared missing, PREMIUM TIMES can authoritatively report today.
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