Found this report on UK Daily Mail this morning. Ahead of the anti-corruption summit to be hosted by David Cameron, MailOnline has claimed that president Buhari’s anti-corruption war is not all it seems.
They claim that his 16-year-old daughter, Hanah attends a top UK school at £26000 a year – N11.9million – while £150000 – N69million – has been spent on Zahra’s education.
They also point out that the UK doles out foreign aid to Nigeria despite our government officials being the highest paid in the world.
Read the report after the cut.
The presence of Nigeria’s president at David Cameron’s anti-corruption summit this week may surprise many in his nation – which receives vast amounts of UK aid.
Self-proclaimed ‘People’s President’ Muhammadu Buhari began a war on corruption after taking power last year, but critics allege it is a political witch-hunt.
The Government is giving nearly £250million in the coming year to oil-rich Nigeria, whose president sends his daughter to a £26,000-a-year English school.
In April the opposition PDP party unearthed a ticket stub showing Hanan, 16, had flown first-class from London to Nigeria, despite her father’s ban on officials using premium travel.
And a Nigerian newspaper claimed Mr Buhari has spent £150,000 on educating his daughter Zahra, a Surrey University student.