Skip to comments.U.S. seeks to keep dollars flowing to Nigeria
Posted on 01/06/2014 8:51:32 AM PST by Steve Peacock
Contractors, others in billion-dollar programs facing terror threats
The successful provision of $1.2 billion in Nigerian-assistance programs requires heightened attention to the security of U.S. mission and contractor personnel, the Obama administration concluded.
Increased safety is particularly critical for staff traveling in the predominantly Muslim northern states, where the majority of U.S. aid is targeted, according a government planning document that WND located via routine database research.
The administration wants to extend that umbrella of protection to aid recipients, too.
Consequently, in order to assess and address those security needs, the U.S. Agency for International Development will deploy a private contractor-adviser to Nigeria, Africas most populous nation.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
The Nigerian Prince himself contacts me daily!
Yet they’ll probably sanction the much poorer Uganda
So, we’re giving $1.2 billion in aid, mostly to the Muslim north. But Obama doesn’t think that’s enough?
The Christians in the south do most of the work, and earn most of the money, while the Muslims resort to piracy, church burnings, and general slaughter.
Muslims always get a kick out of killing aid workers who are trying to help them, as this article notes.
Oh, well. Obama sez, “More aid to my Muslim Bros!”
We’re broke but the man child have a stack of blank checks and is practicing his zeroes.
Outside of the usual Liberal Free Trader Communist Globalists...I can’t see anyone supporting doing business with, or giving aid to, a Third World Craphole like Nigeria that is slowly being absorbed by Islamic Terrorists
Oil companies would be the exception...
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