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Who's the most corrupt president in the history of Nigeria?

I found this question here few hours ago and right now it can't be found here again. I don't know if it was deleted. I think the question is normal and doesn't violate the rules.

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who is the most corrupt president in the history of Nigeria?
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Answered: Linda Ebere 5 months ago
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Yes I experienced that too. Your question in particular did not violate any rule.  I received a mail from them, apologizing for data lost from 28th-dec 2018 to 1st, Jan 2019 due to a query that was performed online.  Some of my answers were deleted too from their recovery.

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Answered: Ugonna Ezelie 5 months ago

Late Sani Abacha, is the most corrupt president in the history of Nigeria.



During his regime he stole a total of 5 billion pounds from the country's coffers, which his family played major roles in transferring the looted money into overseas account. 

In 1998, late Sani Abacha approved fake funding request worth 1.4 billion dollars. His security advisor, Ismalia Gwarzo took the money to Abacha's house, then Mohammad Sada arranged to launder the money to offshore account.

Apart from the looted money, Late Sani Abacha abuses human right which led to the death of Ken Saro Wiwa without trial and other notable Nigerians jailed for treason for opposing his government. He placed his government above the jurisdiction of the court.

Ogoni activist Ken Saro Wiwa was hanged for opposing the exploitation of Nigeria resources by the multinational petroleum company, Royal Dutch Shell Group. former Nigerian president, Olusagun Obasanjo and Moshood Abiola were jailed for treason and Wole Soyinka charged in absentia treason.

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Answered: Wilson Michael 5 months ago
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No Nigerian leader could be more corrupt than Obj. Corruption is beyond financial sector. In Obj's 8yrs, Nigeria witnessed the peak of corruption in all sectors and ramifications. Abacha and IBB are certainly less corrupt compare to Obj.

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Answered: Bunu Helix 5 months ago
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No leader aside Abacha is more corrupt than OBJ, that man is corruption godfather.. He acts like saint but he is the most corrupt person..

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Answered: doubra emmanuel 5 months ago

As a human being, Obasanjo has had some of the rarest opportunities in public service anybody could get anywhere, which ordinarily should have been a springboard for great things were he someone with an iota of humanity or decency. After a total of eleven years as the head of state and president of Nigeria , the man is only remembered today in Nigeria as a crude, corrupt, lecherous and bloodthirsty tyrant who masqueraded as a democrat and sought at all cost to always impose his perverse will on the nation, even where it is clearly detrimental to national interest.

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Answered: ohonme Patrick 4 months ago

Each and everyone of them are...

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Answered: Oluwasegun Okusanya 3 months ago

All of them,anyone who has been there or is going back there is corrupted. Their interest is to solve their problem first before the country's problem

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Answered: Wahab Oriade 3 months ago

The most corrupt president Nigeria ever had based on actions and governmental activities is Sani Abacha.

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Answered: chidiebere valentine 1 month ago

I believe obasanjo is the most corrupt president in Nigeria.His regime is a democratic one and cannot be compared with military where power is abused and tyranny is at its apex..it was a regime of politicomilitico rule where military force were used to brutalise innocent civilians. Despite the fact that democracy started from obj regime it was a total abuse of power and pen robbery was used as a weapon of looting. The pretense of "saintism" by obasanjo is another hypociritical buhaha to his govt

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Answered: Aloysius Mbaba 1 day ago

I believe it is General Dani Abacha with his detestable history of financial exploitation of Nigeria, and his disrespect to democracy and the Nigerian democratic system. No other Nigerian leader has ever been more brutal abusive and exploitative. Thanks.

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