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Nollywood Actor Aremu Afolayan Curses Diezani for Stealing MoneyNollywood actor Aremu Afolayan, brother of popular director Kunle Afolayan has called out former Petroleum Minister Diezani K. Alison-Madueke for allegedly stealing $90 billion from Nigeria.

The actor shared a video on Instagram where he cursed the former minister, blaming her “kind” for the reason Nigerians flee the country in search of greener pastures.

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Haaa. Aiye Deziani koni daaah…. aiye Iya toh bi Deziani ko de tuni daaah! 90 billion dollars recovered from her converted to naira is 27 Trillion nairaaa…. haaaaaa. Melo ni waaa ni Nigeria… 170million. A shey waa ya werey bayiii. We can not fight,we can only rant on social media, shame on nigerians #LONGLIVESCAREDNIGERIAN ????????????????#cnnnews #cnn #setlife #actorslife #actorsworld #therealhousewifesofiyanaipaja #therealhousewifesofiyanaipaja #therealhousewifesofiyanaipaja #therealhousewifesofiyanaipaja #actorslife #actorslife #actorslife #setlife #setlife #setlife #setlife #actorslife #actorslife #actorsworld #actorsworld #actorsworld #actorsworld #actorsworld #actorsworld @timokabiodun @climax107 @golden_lorde @akinwunmiambode @mrpackage007 @bukkybabe85 @ceo_gtm @jayeola_monje @ronkisaya @dupsybabyy @showolamilekan @biola_adekunle @gist_me @laidelaitan @jigan_ijewuru @babanee1 @2baba1st @darmid.ng @naikky01 @dasmola_juwon @dsholz @father.dino @delemomoduovation @stjade_mua @jokelawal1 @adeniyijohnson @johnnjamah @candy_j_coker @joroolumofin @jjcskillz @tanty_jnr @tanty77 @tundeednut @therealremisurutu @omo_brish @sindodotayo @tope_alabi_

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34 Comments

  1. Bukky

    July 26, 2017 at 2:30 pm

    Amin…amin…amin loruko Jesu!

    • Wale Vintage

      July 26, 2017 at 8:00 pm

      I second the Amin. To those questioning Mr. Afolayan-look, what makes Diezeni’s greed different from anything we’ve ever seen, even by international embezzlement standards(if there ever was one) is the ” wo bia wo biliki ” way she did hers and the astounding amount she stole.
      Like he mentioned, that money could simply have been distributed amongst all Nigerians (incl. those of us abroad). This woman was so stingy that aside from no documented contribution to her village , she refused to help her extended family members. It was basically divided between she, her mum, children, her husband and hangers on like lawyers and little boyfriends. So her greed is like Saraki’s on a warp speed x 10.
      Now-what could have been done with the money? Originally, when we thought it was $25B some figured we could have built a brand new international airport in Lagos, built some major well equipped research hospital as regional go to places in each of the 6 GPZs. There still would have some change left over to modernize and do a complete renovation of all the major fed govt universities in Nigeria.
      We now know the money was way more than that and counting. The entire country could have gotten a brand new make over.
      The Tinubu, ibbs, Abdul Salam’s, danjumas, alakija and many more who either stole money or were allocated highly productive oil wells “dashed” at least have reinvested them back home and created employment opportunities. Tinubu built a hotel, oriental, ibb i understand built a university, not sure what Alakija has aside from pumping oil out from THE most productive wells, buy at least she throws big parties twice a year and employees people(I am being comical, I am sure she has something); but this lady with large google eyes, dezeni-the greedy bitch used the bloody money to buy stupid over priced furniture. She did not even think to start a furniture factory back home and create jobs. This is why every nigeria should remember to curse her and her generation every day. If it is true her kids are actually her step children,,,then who ever benefits from those stolen funds, directly only o!(cos you never know where the money has circulated reach), will forever carry a generational curse.
      Since she has decided to hide behind a deadly disease in order to avoid prosecution, may the deadliest and most painful form of cancer kill her slowly-Amen. This is for everyone that has died directly or indirectly because these funds were denied to them because of her greed either for good roads or good medical facilities.
      The problem with the political thieves in Nigeria is they forget that if these money were used to do good in nigeria and not hidden abroad they would have a legacy for themselves and their children. Nigerians never forget. But no o, they are blessed with feverishly foolish children that would rather flaunt ill gotten wealth when they are surrounded by abject poverty as in the case in Oyo state. I don’t know of any other children of politician that has that level of insensitivity. Still no difference in six years. Awon bastardic OLEs!

    • Ephi

      July 27, 2017 at 9:01 am

      Stop this nonsense. So stealing is okay if it is “invested at home”? What kind of sick mentality is this? Stealing is stealing. After writing a ton of epistle yet you end up justifying looting making a nonsense of the whole comment.

      ***The Tinubu, ibbs, Abdul Salam’s, danjumas, alakija and many more who either stole money or were allocated highly productive oil wells “dashed” at least have reinvested them back home ***

  2. lady

    July 26, 2017 at 2:35 pm

    omo when i read the breakdown of how the monies where spent and on what . i thought to myself hmmmmmm money wey you no fit carry go heaven? temporary accumulation of wealth smh they should just forgive her lol

  3. slice

    July 26, 2017 at 2:42 pm

    If today’s news I correct, the woman didn’t even steal naija money per session. She just used her position to collect bribes from non citizens interested in doing business in Nigeria. Wrong but not really what’s bee potrayed

    • dupsy

      July 26, 2017 at 3:31 pm

      What kind of bribes will she collect that will amount to 90 billion dollars plus? I mean what is the business or project that the bribe will total in the excess of 90 billion dollars? Does it make any sense at all? The woman is just a Guinness World Book Record thief! Wasn’t Okonjo Iweala a top minister too and nobody is saying she stole money even though Okonjo had access to billions of dollars? I think Diezani is a typical example of the Nigerian leaders we have! What was she acquiring money and properties all over the world for with the money that was meant to build roads, pay salaries and pensions, improve universities and airports, build and equip hospitals, provide security for the country, the list is endless but she just dipped her hands into this money and was stealing it for her own personal gain. What a shame! So much sadness!

    • Anonymous

      July 26, 2017 at 3:39 pm

      She did not steal, yet her cronies were lifting oil on her behalf without remunerating the country. When you knowingly give multi million dollar contracts to companies that have only been in existence for 2 months, in order to get bribes, it is plain stealing. I guess your share the stealing is not corruption mindset/receiving bribes is not stealing mindset, Your comment stinks, guess people in your social gathering also do the same, so you have to have that mindset to give yourself a level of false emotional warmth. Truthfully, an average Nigerian is not different from the leaders we point hands to, the only difference is they are not in a position to steal.

    • slice

      July 26, 2017 at 3:50 pm

      Calm down anon. Read and understand. No one said she didn’t steal

    • Seriously

      July 26, 2017 at 3:53 pm

      Don’t sugarcoat and excuse wrong behavior. Your mindset justifies thieves, liars, 419 scammers, these officials who think it’s okay to embezzle etc it blocks accountability/responsibility and the strive to be a better human being. A thief is a thief whether you directly took money from my purse or not, stealing comes in different shape and form but it’s still stealing. Bribe is stealing too. I doubt all of it is from bribing, and if that’s the case, it’s still VERY wrong.

      Petroleum is Nigeria’s business, it’s not Diezani’s private/personal business where she runs it to her own benefit. It belongs to the country as a whole. Nigerians are entitled to the shares/benefits. As a minister of petroleum, her position is to serve the people not herself and family. Her position was connected to the country’s revenues, economy, currency exchange/value, investments, employment etc Therefore, she should be held accountable for her actions and decision.

  4. FasholasLover

    July 26, 2017 at 3:07 pm

    Aremu, Diezani is a thief. Ok, we know. Pls. how are you challenging Ajimobi, Aregbesola, Aamoosu etc? Those sitting right in ur “door mouth:” Hypocrites all round. The Nigerian disease.

    • dupsy

      July 26, 2017 at 3:39 pm

      FasholasLover, Diezani is a thief is not ok o! If you know the people that have died in Nigeria because of the way she stole money that was meant to build hospitals, pay salaries, etc you wouldn’t say it is okay just like that, Afolayan has picked on her, let each person pick on other elected government officials that are stealing money. By the time the whole of the country make our government officials to see stealing our money as a filthy, shameful and disgraceful thing they will feel uncomfortable just dipping their hands in the public coffers! Where other countries are producing leaders who are coming up with innovative ways to help their countries, Nigerian leaders are coming up with innovative ways to steal huge government funds and hide the money under different names, countries and aliases! What a shame!

    • Anonymous

      July 26, 2017 at 3:47 pm

      You are the epitome of the Nigerian disease. Always bringing tribal sentiments to defend thieves that have rendered you impotent in all life ramification. Two Yoruba men were involved in Denziani’s network of corruption, yet their kinsmen are not deflecting by pointing hands to thieves from other tribes.

    • nene+

      July 26, 2017 at 4:54 pm

      Why am i not surprised its Kunle…… and hypocrisy!!!! Yes i said so….
      Have you asked madam Alakija what her qualifications are and the source of her wealth ….and the her net-worth???
      I am shouting Deziani is a thief but why does the likes of Kunle worship the Tinubu, Aregbesola, Amosun and co but curse others especially Niger Deltans if not selective justice .
      You all criminalize others and worship your brothers ??

      Kunle when will we see your video calling on Buhari which you all installed that people are perishing.

      Its easier to call Ibori, GEJ, Deziani thieves……..But the oil well owners in South West and Northern Nigeria are industrialists Tinubus, Otedola, Adenuga Indimi etc….

      That is the reason you all are afraid of restructuring..Kunle abeg shift with your old trick that installed our London
      ve…president.

      Who steals 90 billion dollar??? which banks holds such from an individual???? How much is NIGERIA BUDGET??

      You are better doing films…

  5. FinchleysFinest

    July 26, 2017 at 3:20 pm

    @FasholaLover… Bros or Sis… Chill… The struggle to say something different here makes no sense. We all know all our politicians are thieves… He’s speaking now for one( he even said the whole of federal government ).. lets others too pick up other politician(s)

    Don’t be too quick to point fingers.. The question is.. what are you doing as well…. Rada Rada.

    • FasholasLover

      July 26, 2017 at 4:33 pm

      @Finchley, You made sense until you became idiotic at the end.

      @Dupsy, the Diezani story is boring. It has become a song and dance. Diezani is a thief, okay (again) we know. She should be in jail twice over. We know. But, who is calling out Tifnubu, Buhari? Cussing at Diezani’s mother is redundant. Call out thieves if you must but it becomes pedestrian when you sound like a broken record.

    • Ade

      July 26, 2017 at 5:26 pm

      To you it sounds like a broken record but the new revelations are from investigations led by the authorities in the USA. If previous administrations saw fighting corruption as a worthy adventure, we won’t have the Nigeria of today. The ruling party prior to winning the election said their investigation starts from the last administration and in their own imperfect way, they are keeping to their words. You have the right to vote for a party that promises to look into all cases and government official since 1960 or prior to independence. I wonder what evidences will be found when very old cases are looked into, in a country that keeps no record. Let the opposition win the next election and also investigate this present administration. Gradually, we will have a sane nation.

    • political enemies

      July 26, 2017 at 5:41 pm

      Kunle is a fool for curing Dezanis mum. Typical of Yorubas.
      Where is your vegetable in London

    • Josephine

      July 26, 2017 at 6:33 pm

      @ Political enemies, just like screwing married men and the worship of money is typical of South South women, right? Say he’s wrong to curse the mum and leave it at that. But frankly, the even the Good Book says that a bad child brings disgrace to their mother. That’s why you don’t steal so you don’t bring insults on your mother.

  6. Ernny

    July 26, 2017 at 5:04 pm

    Corruption is really deadly. Too bad Diezani but she’s not the only corrupt person out there in our country.

  7. Ephi

    July 26, 2017 at 6:30 pm

    Madam frog eyes was no small thief. She should just pair up with her fellow frog eye thief Tinubu. I can NEVER defend any Nigerian politician, let her face the music abeg. Bloody thief.

  8. June

    July 26, 2017 at 7:04 pm

    “Corrupt Leaders are Mass Murderers” – Tajudeen Abdul-Raheem. Let’s let that sink in as we become more “woke” and push for better as a nation . 90 billion!!!!!!!!!

  9. FinchleysFinest

    July 26, 2017 at 7:13 pm

    @Nene & political enemies. Open ya eyes… Its Aremu Afolayan …not Kunle…

    Moving on

    @FasholaLover : you’re smart. clap for ya sef. You mean we’re not aware that most of our politicians steal and they are corrupt… Wehdone.

    • ogeAdiro

      July 26, 2017 at 7:21 pm

      Same family.

    • nene+

      July 26, 2017 at 8:25 pm

      Kunle sorry my comments are for your brother. You have a 99% semblance. My apologies Kunle. But your brother no try. He hid Aluko and Omokore to curse only Deziani?

  10. Pamela

    July 26, 2017 at 8:46 pm

    Why are you all bitter at Diezani or any other corrupt official when the system allows stealing to happen without impunity.how about putting mechanism in place to avoid looting,can one possibly steal like that in the US?as in how now.there should be proper accountability that makes it difficult to loot,how difficult is it to know how much revenue is expected for instance and when it’s not remitted then questions should be raised and action taken appropriately. Sad much I rest my case

  11. richie

    July 26, 2017 at 9:19 pm

    How much does Nigeria earn from crude oil that one person can steal $90b? so our people (even the educated) could be this gullible? Look at Aremu making a fool of himself…smh…APC media machinery has fed us with so much lies that we now even constipate of it…It is embarrassing….

  12. Anonymous

    July 26, 2017 at 10:01 pm

    Guys please.
    Let’s not put in tribal sentiments. A certain tribe might deem it fit to chanstize thieves. while a certain other believes it is a means to an end. Each tribe with its own peculiarities
    In our difference let’s find strengths.
    In our disunity, let’s find a way to uphold Nigerians honour and glory.
    This is our root, this is our heritage
    Let’s be honest, diligent, obedient and hardworking.
    If we don’t develop Nigeria positively no one will.
    Our land is rich, diverse and can be great again.
    And yes she had it all, didn’t need to steal anything, yet she did. Let’s all with sincerity of heart serve Nigeria with all our strength, be faithful, loyal and honest away from nepostism, tribalism, sycophancy and disloyalty

  13. nnenne

    July 26, 2017 at 10:38 pm

    My stand :
    Condemn one, condemn all!
    Kill one, kill all.
    Selective justice is unfair and causes disunity! !!!
    Where is Buhari?
    I have nothing against him as a person but nations / businesses cannot be ran on emotions.
    It’s either you are productive or you are out! Not think that Nigerians are paying his bills without knowing his ailment. Where in the world is that done? In 2017?

    If Buhari was Obi, Akpan, GEJ, will you all keep quiet now?

    Justice, fairness and equity is the key to peaceful existence! !!

  14. nnenne

    July 26, 2017 at 10:39 pm

    answer to peaceful co- existence.

  15. Tee

    July 27, 2017 at 1:31 am

    Bunch of fools!!!! Una eye don open. Stale news since 2016. Make una they there till you’re swallowed up. Make una no start to prepare like Noah for Bible o.

  16. kemi o

    July 27, 2017 at 5:11 pm

    Stealing is no respecter of persons, tribe or religion. In the end a thief is a thief. Help your neighbor, the ones you know and the ones you would never meet. Provide food, shelter, healthcare etc when you are in the position to. A stone thrown in the marketplace (stealing funds) might one day hit your mother (Nigerians, your family, your reputation, yourname)

  17. Favour

    July 27, 2017 at 7:53 pm

    The fact that she is a woman and was callous is what makes me think she should be detained… by nature a woman protects her family, nation and the future…. why so callous and forget the next generation

  18. Favour

    July 27, 2017 at 7:58 pm

    Jonathan’s regime stole and betrayed Nigerians , the stole without conscience and as if no one is watching , all who served in his regime should be investigated…they embezzled money like the military era betraying the people that voted them in.

  19. Favour

    July 27, 2017 at 8:03 pm

    They created fake wealth atmosphere, not knowing it was Nigeria reserves that were being circulated, things became expensive as if everyone can afford it, from stolen wealth to buy houses, lavish money on parties, pay ridiculously to event planner , photographers etc. Now the nation need to pay for it.

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