$50m cash in an Ikoyi mansion, 15 million jobs | The 5 numbers that mattered this week

$50 million – The whopping amount of cash found by the EFCC in an empty apartment in Ikoyi, Lagos following a whistleblower alert. The monies were found safely tucked in bulletproof safes locked in wooden wardrobes.

N6 billion – The Federal Government of Nigeria said it spends this amount on a monthly basis on the 200,000 beneficiaries of its N-Power scheme.

15 million – The Federal Government assures Nigerians it will create this number of jobs by year 2020.

N250 million – The EFCC discovered this amount of cash in a bureau de change office in the popular Balogun market in Lagos. The money was in various currencies.

26 million – The total number of votes recorded in the final week of the Big Brother Naija reality TV show which saw Efe Ejeba emerge as winner with 57.6 percent of the votes cast.

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