- Nov 16, 2015
sounds like a euphemism for MONEY LAUNDERING!It looks like that these datas given are not accurate data at all but only estimates by the World Bank.
Credible national data on bilateral remittances are not available. Even when such
data are reported, they may not be accurate, because funds channeled through
international banks may be attributed to a country other than the actual source
As an honest customer I can't take a proverbial financial piss without the bank on my ass
but somehow they manage to miss this kind of thing!
Nigerians live in a harsh and difficult environment, many surviving on less than a dollar a day, so no surprises in their case that natural selection has selected for canny opportunism which certainly does not make them ideal citizens when transplanted into a society like ours that relies for it's continued existence on a basic level of decent behaviour exhibited by the majority for the good of all but that said our Banks are still the biggest crooks of all. Far more nigerians in our prisons than banksters!
Nigeria is not technically at war with anyone. Though they are plagued by corrupt greedy oil companies, corrupt government officials and Islamism.
And the only people who technically qualify for asylum from there are members of Al Shebab!!
One really has to ask exactly why a small indebted country like us is taking in economic migrants
and sending half a billion to an oil producing nation anyway??
Direct flights recently began too I believe!!
I guess, as well as the accelerated cultural enrichment, our far sighted government officials
also wish us to be first in line for weaponised ebola when the covert US biowarfare labs on the african coast finally get the formula right!