Charlie Boy Blames Nigeria’s Foreign Debt On Corruption, Bad Policies


He Charles Oputa popularly known as Charlie Boy one of Nigeria’s most controversial entertainers, best known for his alternative lifestyle, political views and media productions has lamented the increasing debt owed by Nigerian Government and the harsh economic challenges the country has been as experiencing.

Charlie Boy in a Facebook post condemned the approved renovation of the National Assembly with Thirty seven Billion Naira (N37bn).

said, “As I sit and deliberate on the gradual decomposition of my country Nigeria, since the past 40 years, my heart is in my hands wondering where all this is leading us to. 

The NNPC says our refineries lost N111bn in 9 months, National Assembly’s N37bn renovation, FGN debt structure and public debt statistics giving a scare/heartache.

Nigeria’s debt profile climbs to $81.27bn in the first quarter of 2019. 

Nigeria’s debt profile rose by 2.3 per cent to $81.27bn (N24.947trn) as at the month of March 2019, according to the Debt Management Office.

The Foreign and domestic debt piling up owing to corruption and bad policies under clueless leadership. 

What kind of future do the youths of this nation have, do we really have future?


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