Goodluck Jonathan How 55 Nigerians deprived others of housing, hospitals under ex-President

New report has revealed top essentials that 55 Nigerians deprived other citizens of when they stole N1.3trillion from the country's treasury.

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Fresh facts have emerged on how a total of 55 Nigerians deprived other citizens from enjoying good housing, hospitals and access to good roads.

In a report by the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), 55 individuals allegedly looted N1.3trillion from the country's treasury.

It was further explained that the amount looted under the seven years reign of ex-President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan would have provided good roads, modern hospitals, schools and units of two bedrooms houses across the country.

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Here are few of the benefits the 55 Nigerians deprived other citizens of getting for stealing N1.3trillion in seven years.

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According to World Bank rates, one third of N1.3 trillion is 433.332million would have provided

635.18 kilometers of roads

Built 36 ultra-modern hospitals in 36 states

Built and furnished 183 schools across the country

Built 20,062 units of two-bedroom houses

Educated 3,974 people from primary to tertiary level (at N25.2million per child)

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