Covid-19: Activist Accuses Presidential Task Force of N500,000 Daily Allowance, Calls For Probe of Fire in Accountant General’s Office

A political activist and former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Comrade Timi Frank, has revealed that daily allowance of the Presidential Taskforce is N500,000.

Frank said officials of the federal government has turned the current Coronavirus pandemic to business.

Making the accusation onn his official twitter account, @RealTimiFrank on Wednesday, the Bayelsa born political activist said each seating for every member of of the presidential taskforce committee five hundred thousand naira.

He wondered how a government who has claimed that the country is broke could spend such amount daily.

“COVID-19 now profit making for federal Gov’t. That’s why they want to withdraw 150million dollars to share from our sovereign wealth fund.

“Each seating allowance for every member of the presidential taskforce committee is 500k daily. This is same Govt that claim they’re broke.”

In the same development, according to reports reaching ngg.ng, the Abuja Office of the Accountant General of the Federation is currently on fire.

Commenting on the fire outbreak, Frank posited that some people could have masterminded the outbreak to conceal some vital documents.

“It is a total lockdown in Abuja, so what could be responsible for the outbreak at the office of the Accountant General. Let no vital document be burnt. I am calling for a total probe,” he concluded.

Seunmanuel Faleye

Seunmanuel Faleye is a covert writer, and an overt creative head. He is intensely fluid and communicates properly with both his pen and verbally. He is Film and TV content producer by the day, and, a news reporter and storyteller at night. He holds a B.A.(Hons.) in Philosophy from ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY AKUNGBA-AKOKO, ONDO STATE. Asides his numerous investment interests, he plans to own a chocolate factory some day.

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