Why Did President Jonathan Pay a Newspaper 550million Naira because of BokoHaram Attacks?

This is one of those things that makes absolutely no sense! The Publisher of ThisDay Newspapers, Nduka Obaigbena who was recently invited by the EFCC  because of the money traced to him in the ongoing Dasuki’s investigation, has written them from America where he is currently busy with personal business. On his letter he stated that after his properties involving billions were destroyed by Boko Haram Bombs, he confronted President Jonathan and was directed by him to the National Security Adviser Col. Sambo Dasuki (retd) who proceeded to pay him 550million naira and 150milion naira respectively.Nduka Obaigbena Nduka Obaigena promised to come down and visit the EFCC should they want more information from him.  This particular letter of Nduka Obaigbena make you even more curious… Thousands of people has died from Boko Haram attacks including our Gallant Military fighting the war,  properties has been destroyed and so many people displaced, yet nobody heard of anyone being compensated. Yes it is sad that Nduka’s properties were destroyed, but why should President Jonathan or his government pay for that?  Is that not the job of Insurance company? Is Nduka Obaogbena telling us that he doesn’t have Insurance on his mulitibilllion naira empire? This and many other questions begs for an answer..   Dear NB, I hope you will publish my letter and hopefully somebody that knows better can help with answers because for now Nduka’s answers makes so sense whatsoever

Thank you.  I remain Yinka .B.

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