Nigerians have taken to social media to react to allegations that members of President Muhammadu Buhari’s family now own substantial share in Etisalat Nigeria, which has an estimated $2 billion (about N727 billion at 360 per dollar) of its estimated $20 billion global net worth.
Meanwhile, presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, has also called for a probe into allegations that members of the first family, own multi billion naira telecoms giant, Etisalat Nigeria, and Keystone Bank.
Reacting, Nigerians have trolled the president and his family over the allegations. They lambasted the president, who flaunts his integrity yet allegedly owns such properties in just three years.
— bad mouth🇳🇬 (@AfiaBrigaz) December 27, 2018
The stories about Buhari having bought shares in Keystone Bank & Etisalat through proxies, despite claiming he is poor & a man of integrity is not even painful, It is the way they are using the school feeding programme (HGSFP) to enrich the pockets of cronies.
— Edward Israel-Ayide (@wildeyeq) December 27, 2018
Buhari is busy buying shares in keystone bank and Etisalat while Prof Osibanjo is busy gallivanting around the place sharing tradermoni.All shades of stupidity.
— Yung Billy💵 (@triplerolex) December 27, 2018
Buhari said he didn’t have 45m for nomination form, but his family (him) are allegedly the largest share holders in Etisalat and Keystone Bank???? 😂😂😂😂
Integrity my yansh!!!
— Being Human is not Enough (@realdanielemeka) December 27, 2018
When I saw Keystone Bank trending I thought Access has done it again but I was shocked with what I saw. Buhari Family members are now the owners of Keystone Bank and Etisalat.
Buhari doesn't need to hide again. He's corruption and leader Criminals Association of Nigeria. Shame!
— CONFIDENCE (@realNCNC) December 27, 2018
Just Three years and half
1. Keystone Bank
2. Etisalat, etc.
How will the next four years be?
4. Access Bank
Even Aso Rock sef them go follow buy am.
— Chief of Port Harcourt (@OpuiyoMike) December 27, 2018