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Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Borno State to spend N150m to rehabilitate 53 escapee girls, parents

Borno State governor, Kashim Shettima, yesterday announced that the state government would be spending N150million for the rehabilitation of the 53 chibok girls that escaped from Boko Haram captivity as well as their parents whose source of livelihood was affected by the abduction, Sahara Reporters reports.
The Governor made this announcement when he received the Presidential Fact Finding Committee on the missing girls in his office yesterday. Gov Shettima decried the notion by some people that the missing Chibok girls was a scam or that it was a staged attempt by the state government to stop emergency rule extension in the state. Continue...



He called out former Minister of Aviation, Kema Chikwe for casting doubts on the authenticity of the abducted girls. He said the missing Malaysian plane was a good example of what is happening now, saying that with all the theories mounting up of the possibility that the passengers are dead, rescue efforts with massive investment is still going on in the search of the missing plane.
"Now, while that is going on, here is Nigeria, there was a report that over 200 human creatures, young Nigerian girls about completing their secondary school education, were attacked in their school at night and whisked away like slaves in ancient years. And some Nigerians, one of them a former Minister and one time member of the Federal Executive Council which is the highest decision making body of this country, worst of all, a woman and a mother, came out to cast doubt over the abduction of these girls. That woman completely disregarded the sensitivity of that issue, the pains of the agonizing parents and our pains as a Government, to whom, the parents of these girls, cry out in desperation, unimaginable confusion and anguish. Every other unreasonable Nigerian that came to adopt that view, only anchored the unfortunate position that was first expressed by Mrs Kema Chikwe.” he said
The Governor also revealed that since the beginning of this year, N1billion has been spent on the rehabilitation of people and places that have experienced attacks from Boko Haram.
"In this year alone, we had spent close to one billion naira on victims. In Gwoza, we spent two hundred million naira for reconstruction of destroyed houses, markets, places of worship and to provide cash to victims so they could have something to rely on in the immediate term to feed themselves and families or start small businesses in the interim. In Bama, we spent three hundred million for same purpose; in Konduga we spent two hundred million naira" he said
Full text of his address to the Presidential Panel below
Schoolgirls Abduction: What Governor Shettima told Presidential fact finding committee today (Tuesday) in Maiduguri

Highlights:

*N150m (about one million dollars) earmarked by Borno State Government  for medical counseling etc of 53 freed girls and material support to grieving parents who have been unable to focus on sources of livelihood

* Explanations on the decision above
* A. Committee enlarged to work with all stakeholders and international organizations on support to freed girls ‎and parents
“In the last three years, we have witnessed the most turbulent of times as a people. I have seen very terrible incidents as a Governor. I have come across innocent citizens of Borno killed in thousands, some slaughtered by fellow human beings who think they earn rewards from God by their brutality. I have witnessed high scale of destructions inflicted on us as a people in Borno by fellow human beings who again think they earn reward from God by their intentional and planned devastations. I have in the last 36 days, also come across a situation where men abducted young, innocent schoolgirls, separated them from their education, from their parents, from their relations and friends and from their environment and more disturbing also, attempted to separate them from their own religion out of compulsion. To every other Muslim, worldwide, these men that kill, destroy and abduct, insult Islam by calling themselves Muslims. They have contradicted every single tenet of the Islamic religion. They have in some cases, tried to change the ordained translation of verses in the Holy Quran. To every Muslim, a verse of the Holy Quran has clearly said that there is no compulsion in Religion. But to these men of violence, there is compulsion not only in religion but even in Islamic ideology. To these men, any human who doesn’t share their ideology deserves to be brutally killed. A Muslim that is of not of the Boko Haram sect is condemned to death and so is Christian. To them, the human race should go into extinction for their doctrine to thrive.

Borno has seen evil times. Our people have suffered. At times, when I lament this carnage in the midst of some associates, they remind me that I didn’t create Boko Haram, that in fact, I inherited it in 2011 when I was sworn-in amidst near complete breakdown of security in Maiduguri, the largest and most populated part of the State. But I normally say to them, that a leader is elected or appointed to solve problems, it doesn’t matter whether the leader created the problem or not. A leader is elected to find solution, this is governance. There is a whole difference between Politics and Governance. In politics, you tell the general public and victims about a problem, you tell them the gravity of the problem; and with emphasis, you tell them who to blame for it. But in Governance, you identify a problem and work hard to solve it. Unfortunately for us in this interesting country, we all appear to lay more emphasis on politics than on governance. The Chibok incident, for me, has grossly exposed our weighty weakness as leaders in terms of assuming our shared responsibilities.
In the last two or three months, the entire western world mobilized men and resources, contributed so much funds in the search for a Malaysian airline which is believed to have crashed into the ocean. Majority in the western world, suspect that the crew and passengers of that Malaysian airline are most probably dead. Despite that, massive investment was and still being deployed in the search for whatever can be found as remains of those in that plane and its wreckage.

Now, while that is going on, here is Nigeria, there was a report that over 200 human creatures, young Nigerian girls about completing their secondary school education, where attacked in their school at night and whisked away like slaves in ancient years. And some Nigerians, one of them a former Minister and one time member of the Federal Executive Council which is the highest decision making body of this country, worst of all, a woman and a mother, came out to cast doubt over the abduction of these girls. That woman completely disregarded the sensitivity of that issue, the pains of the agonizing parents and our pains as a Government, to whom, the parents of these girls, cry out in desperation, unimaginable confusion and anguish. Every other unreasonable Nigerian that came to adopt that view, only anchored the unfortunate position that was first expressed by Mrs Kema Chikwe. Doubt over that abduction pained me as much as the incident its self. Doubt over that abduction pained me far more than the childish theory, that as Government, we staged that abduction in order to create basis to stop the extension of emergency rule in Borno. By the way, that theory doesn’t make the slightest sense. In relation to that theory, if a Government doesn’t want extension of emergency and chooses to fake happenings, the Government should rather deny that the abduction ever took place, evil as that is, because the abduction is enough basis for the emergency extension given the fact that the incident puts a message across that there is new and big threat to students in schools hence the need for extension of emergency rule. Then, there was the issue of saying Chibok was not safe and we went ahead to open the school. Majority of these students are from Chibok axis, if the school was considered unsafe, I don’t think any right thinking parent would allow his or her child to study in an atmosphere of high risk. But I will reserve some of my comments for a closed door session with this respected committee.

It hurts me however, that there was no kind of politics that was not introduced into that unfortunate Chibok incident. Even religion was brought in, all for the purpose of blame trade.
The politics didn’t help anybody at the end of the day. Soon after that incident, we thought that our 53 daughters that either witnessed that attack or escaped from abduction be flown abroad for psychological counseling and some medical examinations. But then, with politics of doubt over the abduction, if the State Government had flown these 53 girls abroad, the doubting thermoses would have gotten what to fly about to claim that the 53 girls were none existent or they would have probably said, we were taking the girls away from the public, probably we had something to hide. While we do much, providing crucial support to security agencies and volunteers in order to prevent attacks, we have a policy in the State, that where attacks occur, we provide immediate material support as palliative to victims of insurgency. In this year alone, we had spent close to one billion naira on victims. In Gwoza, we spent two hundred million naira for reconstruction of destroyed houses, markets, places of worship and to provide cash to victims so they could have something to rely on in the immediate term to feed themselves and families or start small businesses in the interim. In Bama, we spent three hundred million for same purpose; in Konduga we spent two hundred million naira. Unfortunately, we had to hold what we should have done for Chibok because of the politics brought in. If we had released some material support earlier, some bad elements would have said we tried to buy the people of Chibok. Unlike other communities in which private houses and markets were destroyed, public institutions like the school, council secretariat, the residence of the council chairman and some few shops were destroyed in Chibok.  Communities didn’t suffer material losses. But then, from our immediate thoughts when the attack took place and also based on our recent discoveries, most of the parents of these abducted girls have nothing to eat, they are so traumatized that they have abandoned their sources of livelihood. No true mother would easily concentrate on any line of business when her daughter is in the hands of violent abductors. The same it is for most fathers. I have a girl-child; I know the psychological connection between the girl-child and parents. One can hardly even pay the required attention in prayers due to the perpetual trauma of having one’s girl-child in dangerous hands. So, are we going to continue to ignore these suffering parents and the 53 girls just because we are afraid of political accusations and false interpretations? The answer is NO. Governance is beyond the fear of accusations, Governance entails making a decision with sincerity of purpose and for the good of the society.

The Borno State Government will set aside the sum of one hundred and fifty million naira to fund a rehabilitation programme for the 53 girls and to support parents in Chibok whose sources of livelihood have been truncated by their trauma, leaving them with little or nothing to feed while we continue to work immeasurably for the release of the girls being held. The State Government is already in touch with key international organizations and a plan of action has already been proposed by the Ministry of Health in the State on issues relating to the health well being of the 53 girls as well as their colleagues soon as they are freed insha Allah. We are very optimistic that they will be freed. We have a quiet committee headed by the State’s commissioner of health, she is a female medical doctor with specialty in reproductive health, she has experience in female advocacy with International contacts on the issues before us. We may need to enlarge the quiet committee to have all relevant stakeholders that include Chibok elders, PTA of the school, Security agencies in the State, the National Association of Nigerian Students, the association of Borno Students, the female wing of Christian Association of Nigeria, the Federation of Muslim Women of Nigeria, the district head of Chibok, some civil societies and specialists in psychological counseling etc, so that we move on while we must all work very hard in collaboration with the Federal Government to ensure the release of our daughters, given them medical care, counsel them, reintegrate them and ensure they are given the right to complete their exams.

Mr. Chairman, members of this important Committee, the Borno State Government is committed to sincere and active collaboration with the Federal Government and all other support groups in our collective fight against insurgency.

In continued collaboration, however, we must trust each other’s sincerity of purpose. I see misconception about those behind Boko Haram as one major hindrance to fighting the insurgency. So long we continue to look the wrong way on who is or are behind Boko Haram, there would be lack of focus on the part of most stakeholders and in which case, the victims would remain the accused.
I wish this committee of respected men and women of impeccable character, a successful endeavor and I am confident that this committee has integrity, enough to guide it towards finding the facts on the attack of April 14, 2014 at Government Secondary School, Chibok.

I thank you for listening as I look forward to meeting you for a closed door session.
May God free our daughters from captivity and May He grant us eternal peace in Borno and the entire Nigeria”

76 comments:

Anonymous said...

Story, 1.5mil to sow more kaftan for you. Demon

nicholas said...

God save Nigeria

ONYX GODWIN said...

Yea... Its d least dey can do... Get dem experts pyscologists to treat d trauma dey must have been thru!!! Cant even imagine it!!!

Anonymous said...

Good to hear this.our government is making sense these days.I pray an end come to this boko haram era soon






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Peejay said...

This is way to long but we share in your pain Governor.

Peejay said...

*too

Anonymous said...

we still not seem to understand where all these will end..













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Port Harcourt Girl said...

This man is a bloody THIEF!! 200 and 300 million in which Bama and which Konduga?
I thot these crimes were centered on politics but now I see it's all been about the money.

bbm 7439955a said...

Who are u fooling. Oh me I see. Better tell Ur boiz to bring my gal friends and wives. ENGR Emy

Anonymous said...

everything in Nigeria is just scam another opportunity to steal money choi.

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Mr Governor its time to move on forget about sycophants and apologists, they are trying to impress their employer. Same thing that,made Reuben Abati post a fake picture for us.
You are the one wearing the shoe and knows where it hurts. Try and rebuild your state and shun what people say.


~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Anonymous said...

I dnt trust dis man..undercover #BH member.....................#King

Anonymous said...

Wow!! Naija is a joke.. Use that money to buy better weapons for our military and bring back our girls.

Alloy Chikezie said...

I hope the money is used for what its meant for, and some greedy politicians will not syphon the money into their pockets


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Angie Cape said...

I don't believe anything this man says; just read vaguely.
I'm not against rehabilitation of the girls or whatever they call it, but, it's a pity that he sees the calamity that's affecting his state as an opportunity to put more money into his pocket..

* My R1.50c comment *

Unwana Johnson said...

Thank God for their live o, they should also make move for the release of others.

Get your business ideas @ Bisthoughts

Anonymous said...

I love reading bt I jst cnt read dis nonsense

Zenki Moye Brown said...

its obvious u will spend more wen d remaining girls re recovered...... start calculating mr Gov.

olubukola luro said...

This na Novel ooo choi see long note..... 150million?? Dts much o... lipsealed

Anonymous said...

150m? Hmmm, another window for looting. What sort of rehabilitation is dat, will dey conduct brain surgery on d escapees? nah wa o, moni dey dis country sha

@Richesofsolomon said...

@Richesofsolomon says:: Enjoy ur handiwork,dy r no mor loyal 2 u n ur fellow DisturbingTheNationalPeace northern leaders..Its all boomerang..U neva stat 2spend moni sef, stop complaining n #BringBackOurGirls joorrrr

mandy said...

Mr.Governor sir! Did u plan dis in order to make money from the fed govt? Cos I reali don't understand wat peeps who can't speak english in Nigeria can be rehabitated wit such an Amount sir nd why d comparision of malaysian plane wit Boko haram madness? Nd why do u want everyone to belive dis Chibok madness? Pls leave us alone, we choose to belive wat we like, pls if u wanna steal us sometin else nd stop been a coward! Btw, remember u wil die nd live all dis money. #devils#

OgeAussie said...

The way these people call millions eh....

Anonymous said...

God punish u idiot,u think u can use this means to milk money away greedily,besides wat ate u doing with all this lone self.useless ppl put in power to corrupt power absolutely cowards,Am tired of u guys playing games with nigerians,and I think it's high time we hit a revolution cos this cows just feel we are as dumb as the are.idiots.
Tagun.

kbrown#dench said...

i still don't blv this shit, 53 = 150m, so how much will be used to rehabilitate 234 girls? U all want funds to run 2015 election.....#Dench

Tomi said...

The borno state Governor is one of our few very learned leaders.
He is articulate and aside from this menace in his home state,I hear he's a sincere fellow.

That said,we must all cast aside our grievances for one another.we are no different from the mad men in this crazy group called bh.
No different because we come here all the time insulting each others religions,tribe,gender.
We assume we are different yet we cyber bully artistes,musicians and even ourselves.
PLEASE PLEASE LETS STOP AND PRAY.

Honsylglobal.com : UK Global Online Financial Advisers said...

The Borno Governor and Government have raised the PR stakes and GEJ and the Federal Government are faltering.

Anonymous said...

Chai! God dey oo na opportunity b ds for borno state government...another way of stealing....

Debbie Chelsea said...

Smh for Shettima........Shettima Brinbackourgirls

bimpe said...

Is that another way to steal money... because that sounds like a ridiculous amount. if they are spending that amount on the girls that escaped, what about the ones still in captivity, the whole of nigeria's money? this is merely another way to feed that greedy spirits.

@edDREAMZ said...

More money to spend when no positive result has comes out frm previous spending.... Papa God see ur children abeg.
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kiki said...

Exactly!

cubixthoughts said...

Na today we start to here figures to sectors or people? They will be lucky to receive ten percent of that money in value.

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Anonymous said...

Hear talk..u spend 1m loot 100m shit-man u can't fool me 4sure ur responsible 4 all d adoption in maiduguri dt way u b able 2 steal from ur people besides its not yet time 2give account Y d rush? Stupid BH boss *fashionista LeOnOrA*

Anonymous said...

Ojukwu said “It is better that we move slightly apart and survive, it is much worse that we move closer and perish in the collision.”. Aburi Accord.

Martins Aboy said...

Bro;no matter how much they invest or the kind of expert psychologist called;it can never remove that experience from their brain..the least the girls can do is move on but for that experience;the image will still be in their brain forever..NIGERIA is just messed up trully..that aspect where they said "THE LABOUR OF OUR PAST HEROES SHALL NEVER BE IN VAIN" has been a total disgrace and failure..odiegwu nwaNne

Anonymous said...

YOU ARE PAYING FOR EXCAPED GIRLS, WHAT HAPPENS THE FAMILY OF THEM ON HOSTAGE AND FAMILY OF DEAD ONES MOURNING.....FOOLISH N150M ,WHERE IS THE SECURITY MONEY GOING?-POLITICAL TALK IN BIG. BELLE

Anonymous said...

Hear talk..u spend 1m loot 100m shit-man u can't fool me 4sure ur responsible 4 all d adoption in maiduguri dt way u b able 2 steal from ur people besides its not yet time 2give account Y d rush? Stupid BH boss *fashionista LeOnOrA*

hilary obiorah said...

Scam

Lola said...

This is what we get for having clueless people in power. They keep coming up with all sorts of fallacious, unsustainable, and ineffective approaches to deep-rooted issues.

Anonymous said...

God, let ur will be done.









Truthfulness pays!

Dike F(xyz) said...

Mr Man your comments in this Boko-Haram & chibok girls issue are quite appalling.

"You are the one wearing the shoe and knows where it hurts"?
Like seriously? So you can't see beyond Ʊя nose that Gov Shettima connived with Boko-Haram to abduct those girls? This same Shettima that kept Terrorist Kabiru Sokoto in his house after Kabiru sokoto bombed a church in Madalla?

TK said...

Psychologist and Life-coach, Lanre Olusola, was speaking on this just this week on TVC and the dailies about the importance of rehabilitating these girls when they come home. I think the State should work with him and the life-coaching association of Nigeria,on this.

They were even speaking on initial free services or something like that.
#prayingfornigeria

Steve said...

And am supposed to read and assimilate this ? Whatever you sow shall you reap. God has the final say in the end.,!!

oteje durojaye said...

All these people are benefiting from this insecurity..Naija is too corrupt beyond repair...#nigeriaisnot1...@blissful_jay

Okoro said...

LIARS

Obinna onuorah said...

Gov Shettima giving out 150m for rehabilitating of the chibok girls that escaped, for the remaining 240 Girls still missing will cost 800 million. Just imagine how govt fund are spent due to Gov. Neglegence to tackle securtity challenges earlier

Anonymous said...

OMG!!!!!!!!!!
FOR WETIN NOW? HOW MUCH WILL BE USED IF ALL THE GURLS ARE FOUND? CHAIII....9JA SHA!

Anonymous said...

Linda This ya tooth paste cursor no dey gree person navigate ooo....that was on a lighter note... Abeg what kind of mumu spends 150million to rehabilitate people from what ever trauma... this is another excuse for money to varnish for no good reason.

DOBY DOBY said...

Pls enuf of al dis.. brind back our gals

Anonymous said...

Which sense is ur governor making? 150m for 53 girls? By the time the rest comes out he will spend state fortune on them. He is just looking for legal means to equip his baby company(Boko Haram). Lets even pray these familes get up to 500k each. There is God oooo.

Anonymous said...

This one will be a bigger scam than the abduction itself. We all know that Northern leaders don't let money trickle to their citizens, that is why we have a high level of poverty and illiteracy in the north.

Anonymous said...

Ole buruku,u wan use 150million naira rehabilitate less dan 200 pple?go n tell dat 2 obj.fool fooling himsef.u go den use 1zillion rehabilitate d rest of borno populace.kiss my black ass,thief!

exciting lifestyle consult blog said...

Hmmmmm! After they will say is it not them dat a suffering, how can dey be inflicting pains upon themselves and destroying their own property. So their plan is to always hav a reason to loot gvt money. Shettima God cant b mocked! D wrath of God wil visit u all fabricating this story. They way this pple reason enh! Very disgusting! Bcos of Niger Delta rehabilitation program? Smh. GEJ divide dis country already biko. These pple a cows!

Anonymous said...

Misplaced priority!
What about ALL the others orphaned, homeless, etc.
Becos the world has its eye on the girls then the government must foolishly give priority to them for the sake of PRESS!!!!
Rubbish!

Uloma said...

150M?!....c'mon!

Anonymous said...

But y does dis guy keep say released girls, what's dat abt ? Mk dem ask dis man questions well ooo

Anonymous said...

Mumu. Your over sabi sabi is getting far too much. Linda sef too do o! The posted pictures were nigerian troops abi! Even if not on the said mission but they are still nigerian troop. 150million that will still end in their pockets.

Anonymous said...

I agree

Anonymous said...

Mumu. Your over sabi sabi is getting far too much. Linda sef too do o! The posted pictures were nigerian troops abi! Even if not on the said mission but they are still nigerian troop. 150million that will still end in their pockets.

Anonymous said...

OGUN kill Both Borno State Governor and Nigeria President! MAY All of you perish and go to hell!! I pronounce untimely death and uncurable diseases on u and ur house hold. THEIFS!!!!! OLE!!!

APPLE said...

Lol. After masterminding the abduction, they must take us for fools. #bringbackourgirls

Anonymous said...

its so annoying when i see fellow nigerian read abt this nonsense and few happy shettima is doin grt,for crying out loud he said earlier that he knew where this girls are,now N150M for what rehab? There are still ongoing killing in that state,next he will need N350M..this money re used in sponsing this terror groups..not is being done in that state,plz u guys u wise #shettimaBringBacktheGirls

Cagey Berry said...

After αℓℓ said and done, life goes on. Good to know Shettima.

Anonymous said...

Oga Shetima it is now obvious you are more deadly than your boko boys. I thought by now your conciennce would have touched you to stop.It hurts to see you are still going on with your drama.As for the 150 million , we understand it is payment for job well-done to your actors and actreses. Now that the emergency has been extended to 6 months, we hope you will stop showing us pix of boys with sticks and how they have killed 270 thickly armed Boko boys. suddenly after the decleration of intension of extension of emergency in your state and the other two, you started dramatizing how civilian JTF is better than millitary JTF. Pease stop already

Miss Kevwe said...

150 million naira to rehabilitate 53 girls? I don't curse normally but from d bottom of my heart, I say may God purnish dis useless gov. Is dis d whole idea? Even if u rehabilitate 1 girl with 1 million naira u still won't spend half of money. Shetima suld be arrested. Now I'm convinced he has a major hand in all dis. #bringBackOurGirls

Anonymous said...

A friend told me yesterday that Borno State govt will come out with this idea of giving out money as aid n today is happening. what a funny nation. We are just deceiving ourselves. we don't have leaders in this country but blood suckers. many people are tired of praying for this country. those people condemning the act are the one behind the Horrific act.

Anonymous said...

I agree with you

Anonymous said...

CHAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,CHAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,CHAIIIIIIIIIIII,THERE IS GOD OOOOOOO

Anonymous said...

Our leaders are bloody thieves. What kind of rehabilitation would you need 150m for. 3m naira for each girls?? Nigeria is a big joke. This Shettima needs to be well probed by Nigerians and the federal government.#Shettimabringbackourgirls.

@MeetdrealEvans said...

Chai his making money from this BBOG issue...150million, I bet and swear he won't use 10million on them...

Anonymous said...

So they can afford to give the family that amount of money? Why didn't they spend that money before the crisis to develop chibok community? I am so sorry to say buy our public officials are fools; they are simply trying to look like they are doing something about the situation. The schools in that community is not even maintained with the required funds. Hopefully they keep to their words to rehabilitate the traumatized girls.

Anonymous said...

THAT IS NOTHING COMPARED TO WHAT THE PARENTS ARE GOING THROUGH. A RICH NIGERIAN HAS MORE THAN THAT SITTING IN HIS BANK ACCOUNT. WHAT IS 150K TO NAIJ? I BEG THEY SHOULD JUST FIND THOSE GIRLS AND RETURN THEM TO THEIR HOMES. BOKO HARAM MAY THUNDER FROM HEAVEN STRIKE YOU ALL IJMN. AMEN!

Chinomnso Anozie said...

Here is a simple calculation, get itand u'll be rewrded with 10million naira from Borno state govt pocket: if 53girls out of 234girls are given 150mill to share, hw much (X) will be given to the remaining 181girls to share for everyone to get exactlythe same amount? Find X and also hw much will each girl get (Y)... #Ole oshi

Andra said...

I dnt get it wen der say 53 gurls escaped lol, hw is dat possible, ok if possible hw com they've not given clue to wer der stayed 4 weeks chaii som pple just sit der and draft a dump story us, darisGodo

Anonymous said...

Any issue or event in Nigeria is always an avenue to embezzle money. Some people in high places are using the chibok case to steal money. Please go Shettime can you give us a break down of how the 150 mil was exactly spent on rehabilitating the girls parent liar!

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