Africans And Greed, 5 And 6, A Brief Story of How Qatar Won 2022 World Cup Hosting Bid

by Opeyemi Alimi
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Africans among those who will decide the country that will host the World’s most prestigious tournament in the year 2022 asked for 1.5 MILLION DOLLARS wired straight to their personal accounts.

“The FIFA scandal documentary on Netflix is a must watch for every Nigerian vis-a-vis African.
There are huge lessons to take home for the black race regarding his penchance to put personal greed ahead of community good and development.

Qatar basically won the hosting right for the world cup by buying up majority of the members in the 22-man committee which voted in the decision to award the 2022 world cup hosting right to the gulf nation.

Michele Platini in return for his vote forced the Qataris to enter into an arms deal with France worth billions of dollars, plus buy their aircrafts, and a football club in France (Yeah, that’s how they came about PSG).

The Brazilians traded their vote for a gas deal which saw the setting up of a fully functional mega gas plant in the Amazon nation.

The Africans among them asked for 1.5 MILLION DOLLARS wired straight to their personal accounts.

Like bro, you came to the table where nation-changing deals were being made and all you cared for was your personal account balance? Not the millions of lives that could be changed forever? You didn’t ask for your country’s share of those far reaching deals of epic national proportions worth in the regions of several hundred millions of dollars. Instead you went for a self serving interest thereby denying your people the luxury of a better life?

That Netflix docummentary summed up the mentality of the the African man in its entirety. If you are wondering why it’s the richest yet poorest continent, look no further.”

~ Ategun Otito

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