General Buratai didn't hide his property in Dubai. He didn't hide it from the country, he didn't hide it from the law. He DECLARED it in his assets declaration with the Code of Conduct.



General Buratai didn't hide his property in Dubai. He didn't hide it from the country, he didn't hide it from the law. He DECLARED it in his assets declaration with the Code of Conduct.

That shows honesty and sincerity, hallmark of people who don't have anything to hide.

General Buratai is a great man, a patriotic Nigerian and disciplined military officer. I have had personal encounters with him on two occasions and you can read the soul of the man. I have inexhaustible respect for him.

If, for any reason, and by any means, the General has violated any law or corruptly enriched himself, the allegation against him should be investigated. And if true, of course, he should pay.

But then, his accusers are yet to tell us any reasonable thing. What is the worth of his property in Dubai? Could he have been able to afford looking at his pay? Don't forget that the man declared the asset in question. If he acquired it through acts of corruption, could he have been bold enough to declare it to the law?

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