Comedian, Sarkin Dariya calls for printing of naira with expiry dates to end corruption in Nigeria
By Abdulgafar Oladimeji
Popular Nigerian born comic actor, Kingsley Ogwuche, a.k.a Sarkin Dariya has advocate for the printing of naira notes with expiry date to end the alleged rampant looting of public treasury in Nigeria.
The Kogi state born comedian in a video released through his social media platforms has urged Nigerian authorities to exercise the political will to fight public stealing through the embarking on the introduction and circulation of naira notes with expiry dates dotted on them.
He posit that, if all Nigerian legal tender has an expiry date, the illicit accumulation of public monies that are been stolen and hidden will be brought to an end.
Speaking in pigin native English , sarkin dariya lamented the recent spending spree at social ceremonies of monies in wrappers belonging to failed and defunct banks are indications of how suspected monies are stock piled for long periods in hidden places.
According to him, alleged stealing and pilling of monies in suck away pits, graveyards and inaccessible private properties could only be halted through the printing and circulation of naira notes with expiry dates .