Money Heist is a popular Spanish heist crime drama television series which features a criminal mastermind who goes by “The Professor.”
In the drama series which runs through four seasons, the Professor planned to pull off the biggest heist in recorded history, which is, printing billions of euros in the Royal Mint of Spain.
To set this plan in motion, he recruited eight criminal minds with remarkable abilities who had nothing to lose.
If you’re looking for a thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat, trust me, Money Heist is guaranteed to do that.
Ok, just as I was minding my business online last week, I came across a 2mins video of Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State as he was addressing some persons on the state of the Nation’s economy. In the video, Obaseki sounded like a Martin Luther King that was in ‘sifia pains.’
Who wouldn’t be?
Nigeria matter can cause someone ‘sifia pains,’ especially if that person is a patriotic somebody like the Governor.
So, in this video, Obaseki said Nigeria is in a huge financial trouble as the economy is no longer as it used to be. Aside from inferring that our eye will soon clear when Chevron and Shell stops buying our crude oil, he said that the Federal Government printed an additional N50-N60 billion to top-up for the State Governors to share as FAAC for the month of March 2021.
Omo x 1million! Comman see ‘Money Heist’ reloaded.
Few days later, the Hon. Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, while fielding questions from Journalists, described Obaseki’s submission on the “printed N60bn”, as sad. She said Obaseki lied.
According to her, the money that the State governors got as FAAC for the month of March is the revenue that was generated. In summary, there was no ‘Money Heist.’
Ghen Ghen!Just as I was about to get a pack of popcorn and a chilled bottle of drink in anticipation of the violence and ‘gbas gbos’ that was brewing, the Governor suddenly took off from the battle scene. By the time he got home, he took a chill pill, went on Twitter, and said, “While we do not want to join issues with the Finance Minister, we believe it is our duty to offer useful advice for the benefit of our country.”
He also advised the government to stop spending money anyhow.
Distinguished ladies and gentlemen, that was how the brewing violence died a natural death.
You see ehn, wahala dey like Abuja sun. You fit use am boil beans.
Written by John Olugbemi