Shehu Sani, a prominent figure, expressed his concern over the missing funds, stating, “We thought we only had wizards; now we know there were also magicians.”
The report unveiled a significant financial gap, as the $3.4 Billion IMF loan seemingly vanished without a trace during the tenure of the Buhari administration.
The Auditor General’s findings have sent shockwaves through the political space, raising questions about transparency and accountability within the government.
According to the report, there is a complete absence of records regarding the whereabouts of the borrowed funds.
The report stated, “The $3.4 Billion IMF loan obtained under the Buhari regime has disappeared, and there is no record of its whereabouts.”
This revelation has fueled speculation and doubt among Nigerians who demand a thorough investigation into the matter.
Shehu Sani, known for his outspoken views on governance, highlighted the irony of the situation with his remark about wizards and magicians.
The statement reflects the disbelief surrounding the disappearance of such a substantial amount of money.
The missing funds raise concerns not only about financial mismanagement but also about the potential implications for the country’s economic stability.
The opposition has seized upon this revelation to criticize the Buhari regime, calling for a comprehensive inquiry into the matter.
The public, on the other hand, is demanding transparency and accountability, seeking reassurance that such financial discrepancies will be thoroughly investigated and those responsible held accountable.