Revealed: Nigerians paying $500k to becomes citizens in St Kitts and Nevis – Former Jonathan Aide
A former aide to Goodluck Jonathan, former Nigeria President, Jackson Ude has revealed that Nigerians, mostly politicians are paying as much as $500k in investment to become citizens of North America’s country St Kitts and Nevis.
It has become common practice now for Nigerians especially those into illicit businesses and corrupt politicians to hold citizens of two countries or more so as to provide a safe haven for them when they run into trouble.
“Over 60 Nigerians are waiting to be citizens of St Kitts and Nevis through citizenships by investments where they pay $500k. Most of them on the list as are all politicians. They are looting Nigeria and using the same proceeds to acquire citizenship of another country. Ndi Ara” says Jackson Ude on his social media handle.
Many high profile Nigerians are now switching to North America countries to apply for citizenships via huge investment in those countries
One of such persons was the Former Nigeria of Petroleum, Diezani Allison-Maduekwe. She was the Minister of Petroleum under Goodluck Jonathan and but now a citizen and political appointee in the Dominican Republic.
Nigeria is currently battling economic instability under President Muhammadu buhari’s administration with many citizens migrating abroad for greener pasture and better standard of living.
Nigeria’s major source of money, the Crude Oil Price has dropped in the international market thereby forcing the government to go back to the drawing board.
Nigeria has now stopped the long-awaited Oil subsidy which has now forced the price of PMS to go up.