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Indimi Indignity: 10th richest Nigerian gave US varsity $14 million as Boko Haram sacked his hometown

Sunday Akoji, a popular Facebook commentator, despises what he terms foolishness on the part of Alhaji Mohammed Indimi, 67; one of Nigeria’s richest men from Maiduguri, Borno State. Posted on Facebook just seven hours ago, here is Akoji’s indignant take on Indimi’s indignity…

Amouna and Hauwa, two daughters of Borno-born billionaire, Alhaji Mohammed Indimi graduated from the University of Lynn, in Florida. Their joyous billionaire father donated a $14 million (N4.2 billion) complex named after him as “Mohammed Indimi International Business Center” to Lynn University as part of the activities of the University Commencement Day.

This demagogue made his billions in Nigeria from oil wells his military dictator friend dashed him. He is the Chairman, CEO of Oriental Oil and Gas and he is reported as the tenth richest billionaire in Nigeria. The Borno-born billionaire, Mohammed Indimi has never ever donated a plastic chair to the University of Maiduguri or any university in the Niger Delta talk more of endowing a chair in any Nigerian university. But the irony is that he can afford to endow a chair and donate a $14 million complex to a US University, which by the way does not even need such gesture from him.

Hundreds of internally displaced people in Borno state needs his Robinhood-like assistance from what he has stolen from the people. But whosai! Ladies and gentlemen, this is how Nigerian elite underdeveloped Nigeria, with due apologies to Walter Rodney,  the author of the book, “How Europe underdeveloped Africa.” (Source:

Indimi isn’t one of those being chased around by EFCC for corrupt enrichment – at least not yet – so Akoji may not be politically correct to call him a thief. HAMILTONSTYLE DOES NOT AUTHENTICATE THIS STORY NOR PROVE ITS VERACITY. But if, as Forbes states, Indimi is worth $500 million, he is from Maiduguri, made his billions from Nigeria’s oil wealth that is our commonwealth, yet there is no record of him doing any landmark charitable acts in Borno State and the Niger-Delta region that made him rich in or anywhere else in Nigeria, and it is true he did what Akoji published on Facebook, do you think Indimi did right by throwing $14 million of our commonwealth into Lynn University for the sake of his two beautiful daughters?

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