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Nigerian Rapper, Ruggedman Reacts to Buhari's Minister's Claim of Using N700m to Build a Website

Veteran Nigerian rapper and businessman, Michael Ugochukwu Stephens, popularly known as Ruggedman, has taken to his Instagram page to react to the Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Kayode Fayemi, who claimed to have used a whopping N700 million to build a website for the federal government.
The Minister had made the shocking disclosure at the launching of the portal on Thursday in Abuja, said his ministry spent N700 million to develop an Integrated Automation and Interactive GIS Web Portal to improve the “Ease-of-Doing-Business” in the mining sector.
Fayemi said the portal was a cutting edge initiative that leveraged technology for the innovation, efficiency and effectiveness in the mineral sector governance, adding that the overall objective of the project was to increase provision of reliable information and knowledge, to enhance promotion of investments in the sector, using the technology-driven innovation and to increase the sector’s GDP.
In a swift reaction, Ruggedman wrote; "700 million to build website. 250 million to erect statue
"Any government that allows this is a corrupt and shameless one and does not have the interest of it's citizens at heart.
"May God punish all the people looting Nigeria's funds and making life hard for the ordinary man.
"If you are a looter, you will never know peace. If you allow the looting, may you never know peace in Jesus name."

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