Popular On Air Personality, OAP, Daddy Freeze, has reacted to the ex-Petroleum Minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke’s alleged theft of billions of Naira from Nigeria. The controversial OAP, who some say is a social media talkative, said it is simply impossible for Ms. Madueke to have stolen $90 Billion from a country whose annual budget is $23billion, and that nobody should jump into any conclusion. OAP Freeze says it’s impossible for Diezani Alison-Madueke to steal $90 billion.
In an Instagram post, the OAP compared her to Bill’s Gate who is worth $90.1 billion on another post.
OAP Freeze says it’s impossible for Diezani Alison-Madueke to steal $90 billion
Here’s what he wrote: “Guys, lets not jump at sensationalized news captions aimed at drawing traffic to websites. How much money does Nigeria have as a nation that someone will steal $90 billion? In my opinion, it is simply impossible for Dieziani to have stolen $90 Billion from a country whose annual budget is $23billion. Do you know how much $90billion is?
“Guys calm down, many of you have selected lynch mob mode in the subconscious part of your brains, please reset your brain back to normal.
“I am in no way supporting corruption and if Dieziani is found wanting by a competent court, let her be prosecuted accordingly, but until that is done, please I implore all well meaning Nigerians to stop cursing her and her mother, at least not for this crime, as it is humanly impossible to commit it; you can’t steal more than what is available! #FreeTheSheeple #Dieziani #90BillionDollars.”
His post come on the heels of ongoing revelations in a U.S. court case that Mrs. Alison-Madueke, and two of her business associates, Jide Omokore and Kola Aluko, spent about $144 million on property. Meanwhile, Mrs. Alison-Madueke, who is reported to be receiving treatment for cancer in the United Kingdom, is already facing a series of multi-billion-dollar fraud-related investigations by Nigerian and UK authorities. Last February, a Federal High Court in Lagos ordered the forfeiture of N34 billion linked to her but stashed in several Nigerian banks.