Have you read the Andrew Haladu story? You have never been so disgusted by sleaze.
You know what, it is time we decided we’ve had it – the CBN should just float the naira and spare us the stories, the endless obfuscation, the stupid lies with which they curse and mock us.
In the story, a company named H.A.R Petroleum was published by the CBN to have received $26million forex at the concessionary rate of N160 to import petrol. When fact finders called up Andrew Haladu, a director at the firm, Andrew’s palms faced upwards as he denied knowledge of any fuel importation. In fact, H.A.R does not import fuel but is only a logistics company. While you were defending the government on facebook with your hard-earned data, some blokes who don’t work and money just comes in for them have allocated 26 million dollars to themselves at N160 and gone to sell at the Mallam’s at N470.
The story has so infuriated Reps that they have invited all the bigwigs at the NNPC and CBN for questioning.
What this means is that right now, the CBN may have used your name under some false address to steal billions in shady forex transactions while you’ve busy wondering how you’ll stretch your flimsy wallet. One-third of the dollar inflow is being managed in by Emefiele & Sons in a dingy underground where they smoke pot and watch porn.
So you can now imagine how irritating you will find it as a distinguished senator of the Federal republic, that these boys are gorging on steak and the finest of wines at the Hilton and some hornet of a Magu is sent to “harass” you and hold your hand back from the feeding frenzy – a classic definition of ‘alternative unfairness’ which of course should be resisted. Let’s have something done in the name of anticorruption fight about this callous act of economic sabotge.