Aisha Yesufu, a hope seeking Nigerian has taken to public a confrontational video where she challenged the ruling party based on the Trader Moni Scheme.
She made statements which will make you change what you believe about the Trader Moni scheme.
About 2 months to elections the ruling party/govt is going around sharing money in the form of trader moni.
* Where were they when your child was sick and you could not afford to pay hospital bills
*Where were they when your children were sent home from school pic.twitter.com/WTZCaBop82
— Aisha Yesufu (@AishaYesufu) November 30, 2018
The ruling government has recently made it a hobby to come down to the grassroot in the disguise to help them.
The so termed Trademoni has never been emphasised by the government until now, months before general elections. The want for the vote of the poor masses which were kept poor and uninformed, is growing everyday. It’s so desperate that the vice-president will have to leave his office and come down to the frustrated market of the poor masses and inspect the distribution of Trader Moni.
Trader Moni is a scheme initiated by the Nigerian government to disburse N10,000 to the everyday Nigerian in the market. It’s a product of Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP), a microcredit social intervention programme of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
However, N10,000 is not the same things as $10,000.
In Nigeria where the cost of living has muliplied by 100, you can barely stay a week belly-full by N10,000. This amount was distributed to the market sellers after much accreditation by the government under whose administration did the Naira fall against dollar unstoppably.
Rumors surrounding the Trader Moni scheme is that, it is being used to buy the votes of those who choose to enroll in the scheme. The PVC number of interested persons will be taken down before the cash is given out.
But that remains unconfirmed till now. Trader Moni via its social media account has however debukned such claims.
Aside the Trader Moni scheme, two other scheme exists which grants higher amount, Farmer Moni and Market Moni which the government has not made emphasis on.
But the N10k distribution made a stir in the public. Whereas farmers and entrepreneurs who fall under the other two schemes stay in wonder.
It’s not a new thing for politicians to troop into the streets looking for whom to favour neither is it wrong. But it’s not a new thing either for them to forget you once they get what they want – your vote. This many Nigerians have failed to listen to.
In the minds of many Nigerians, their vote don’t count so they chose to flow with the tide. And you can’t blame them, the recent election carried out shakes the belief of a free and fair election in Nigeria.
The means of the cash distribution has even been compromised as traders complain that alleged APC women come in multiple rounds to collect the loan.
Now, who is to be blamed ?.
Woman arrested for scamming church in Ogun state of N100m
A 39-year old woman, Iwuagwu Onyinyechi, has been apprehended by the Ogun police command after she defrauded a Christian church the sum of N100m, under the disguise of assisting the church to raise fund for her charity programme. Onyinyechi was able to defraud the church with forged documents three good times.
The police command in a statement read by its spokesman on Sunday Abimbola Oyeyemi, said Onyinyechi’s arrest followed a complain filed by a lawyer of the church, Godswill Ojakovo, to the Ogun State Commissioner of Police, in which he said that his client, the church, was defrauded by Onyinyechi through an act of forgery.
According to the spokesman, Oyeyemi, the suspect claimed to have obtained a Local Purchase Order (LPO) from a property company and pleaded to the church to help fund the LPO, after which a sum of N33.118m was successfully transferred into to her bank account.
While the church was awaiting the repayment of the loan, Onyinyechi came with another two LPOs she claimed she got from a Catholic Hospital, Iju and a private school in Ikorodu, Lagos State. Another sum of N77m was given to her, after convincing the church with relevant documents and proofs to back her claims.
But as soon as Onyinyechi got the last payment in September 2018, she went loose and this prompted the church to make discreet inquiries about the LPOs she submitted and found out that they were forged.
Tanzania woman attacked by her husband for refusing to give him anal sex
A married woman from Kijichi Mkoa, Western Zanzibar in Tanzania is left with deep cuts on her face after a fight with her husband whom she refused to give anal sex.
The victim says her husband been making moves to get his demands but she has been refusing only because Islam does not support anal sex. The victim says her partner says she is being “naive” on matters with sex.
“He began demanding anal sex from me three months after our wedding. I told him: ‘no’; straight away! He, however, kept on urging me to give in to his demands. Even when I was seven months pregnant, he still wanted to have anal sex with me. I stood my ground, nonetheless,”- the victim told Tanzania’s Mwananchi Newspaper .
The lady revealed that her husband was rejected by two women because he asked them of the same act. The accused, denied his wife’s claims, saying the fight between them broke out after his in-laws (wife relatives) demanded a lot of money as dowry from him.
According to him, his wife’s family mocks him for being “broke”.
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