NIGERIAN CORRUPTION COMMISSIONS.

NIGERIAN CORRUPTION COMMISSIONS.

They engender corruption under the guise of fighting corruption. If you do not want a problem solved in Nigeria, create a commission for the problem.

Hydroelectric Power Producing Areas Development Commission (HYPPADEC) – Ensures that Communities displaced by dams do not enjoy electricity.

Corruption Producing Areas Investigation Commission (CPAIC) – Ensures that Daura, Katsina State, remains the capital of corruption in Nigeria.

Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) – Ensures that the ecocide in the Niger Delta Region goes on unabated.

Terrorism Producing Areas Development Commission (TPADC) – Ensures that there is continuous supply of arms and other resources to keep the fake war on terrorism going. The war is a cash cow for the well-connected.

Cow Dung Producing Area Commission (CDPAC) – Creating export markets for Fulani cow dung.

Nigerian RUGA Commission (NRC) – Charged with ruganizing Nigeria into RUGAS.

Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) – Creates phantom crimes while ignoring heists by the CABAL and APC party faithful.

Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) – Charged with rigging elections in favour of the ruling party squelching any opposition.

Fulani Employment Commission (FEC) – If you are not Fulani, do not bother to apply for any job in Nigeria.

Cow Route Demarcation Commission (CRDC) – Charged with turning all city streets, highways, runways, and expressways into cow routes.

Boko Haram Secret Trial Commission (BHSTC) – In charge of successful conversion of Boko Haram fighters to Fulani Terrorist Herdsmen and Nigerian Soldiers.

Nigeria Fulanization Commission (NFC) – Another successful Commission. So petty in carrying out its mandate that non-Fulani rats are starving in Nigeria.

Nigeria Islamization Commission (NIC) Also known as The Jihad Commission – Charged with converting Nigeria into a Sharia State.

National Poverty Alleviation Commission (NPAC) – Charged with poverty alleviation but succeeded in making Nigeria the poverty capital of the world.

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