Buhari might not be all that corrupt as we thought

Buhari might not be all that corrupt as we thought

Buhari might not be all that corrupt as we thought

Someone may be wondering & ask; why is and Archbishop
of Canterbury always out whenever he, goes to
London? Well, I will attempt to answer that question. Don’t , it
is not an Islamization or Christianisation agenda.
President Muhammed and Archbishop Justin Welby have
some things in common.
The duo first came in contact in late 70s when was Minister
of Petroleum and Justin Welby was Financial Executive Director in
the petroleum industry, for the French corporation Elf Aquitaine in
of West region. Obviously, he was in Nigeria.
While was the oil sector for Nigeria, Welby was
running for . Both men were in charge of the oil sectors that
was worth billions upon billions of Dollars. Imagine being in control
of oil sector controlling billions of dollars in the 70s.
Buhari & Welby could have enriched themselves beyond
imagination and be among the world celebrated men of
But, No! Not or Welby. Both were contented with what they
have and were not ready to abuse the privileges given to them.
While left public to become a cattle farmer in
his village. The Archbishop on the other left public service to
become an Priest no portfolio.
Both have no oil well, no trace of corruption to them, no personal
oil & no personal .
You see this life? It is all about choices. You can to work in
the most lucrative & tempting jobs of this world, yet resist the
temptation of taking what does Not belongs to you.
You can choose to serve and retire home with a clean hand &
conscience. Then God who sees the good deeds done in secret will
reward you openly.
Today! Justin Welby is the President of Anglican communion world
wide, while Buhari on the other is the President of the most
populous black on .
When the former British Prime Minister was to call
“fantastically corrupt” Archbishop Welby was on ground to quickly
rebuke David Cameron. “This particular President is not corrupt”.
His .


  1. Okay

  2. Ok

  3. Hmm. ok

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