That explains a lot. Is this, "aid," with his own money, or money confiscated from others?
So be it.
The disingenuousness on this site is sometimes breathtaking. If I had simply stated the facts about Nigeria, you would have demanded sources. If I supply sources at the beginning it's call, "cut and paste argument." If you've decided poverty and slavery are just wonderful things, then you have.
Here's another, "cut and paste," article on the horrors of so-called, "international aid"--not for you, but other readers who may be paying attention.
Sexual abuse 'endemic' in international aid sector, damning report finds, from which I quote:
Sexual abuse of vulnerable women and girls by international aid workers is "endemic" and has been happening for years ...
Abuses ranged from unwanted sexual comments to rape.
... organizations had often put "their reputation ahead of women, children and other victims of sexual exploitation and abuse."
The entire so-called, "humanitarian aid," industry is huge corrupt fraud. See here and here.The report recounted the sexual exploitation and abuse of girls between the ages of 13 and 18 by United Nations and aid agency staff in refugee camps in Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone in 2001. One victim said that "an [aid] worker made me pregnant but now he left me and is loving to another young girl."
Victims suffered other problems including abortions and exposure to sexually transmitted diseases including HIV/AIDS. The devastating knock-on effects of abuse included a loss of education and skills training, reduced employment opportunities and social exclusion, the report said.