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Tony Elumelu, the Nigerian entrepreneur and chairman of Heirs Holdings, speaks to AFP in an interview on October 11, 2013 in Washington, DC. Elumelu has promised to invest $2.5 billion in the "Power Africa" initiative of US President Barack Obama which aims to expand energy in sub-Saharan Africa, where some two-thirds of people lack regular power. But a complementary effort in the US Congress has hit a snag in a dispute over requirements that certain US-backed projects be low in carbon emissions blamed for climate change. AFP PHOTO SHAUN TANDON        (Photo credit should read SHAUN TANDON/AFP/Getty Images)
Tony Elumelu, the Nigerian entrepreneur and chairman of Heirs Holdings, speaks to AFP in an interview on October 11, 2013 in Washington, DC. Elumelu has promised to invest $2.5 billion in the "Power Africa" initiative of US President Barack Obama which aims to expand energy in sub-Saharan Africa, where some two-thirds of people lack regular power. But a complementary effort in the US Congress has hit a snag in a dispute over requirements that certain US-backed projects be low in carbon emissions blamed for climate change. AFP PHOTO SHAUN TANDON (Photo credit should read SHAUN TANDON/AFP/Getty Images)
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“We Gave Boko Haram Victims N1B”-Tony Elumelu’s Response To Social Media Commenter

Itohan Ferguson

The Chairman of United Bank of Africa (UBA), Chief Tony Elumelu recently donated $500,000 to the victims of the mudslide in Sierra Leone, according to the official account of the UBA group on twitter. And a social media user  challenged him by putting a question to him on how much he had contributed to the victims of Boko Haram.

The billionaire responded promptly “we gave boko haram victims N1B”

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“We Gave Boko Haram Victims N1B”-Tony Elumelu’s Response To Social Media Commenter