PDP to Buhari: To ‘jail more people,’ why not start with Oshiomhole, Amaechi?

By Editor on 19/08/2018

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It will make more sense for President Muhammadu Buhari to first call in National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiohmole and the former governor that spent N4billion from the state coffers to finance his election in 2015, apparently refering to Chief Rotimi Amaechi, as the first sign in his renewed vigour to fight corruption.

The is coming from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which welcomed the President’s renewed declaration to jail treasury looters, but challenged him to show integrity by starting with immediate investigation and prosecution of Oshiomhole and a host of other indicted persons in his presidency, who he is currently covering.

The party challenged President Buhari to also allow an investigation into the alleged stealing of billions of naira by his allies and party chieftains, including the sacked former Director General of the Department of State Services (DSS), Lawal Daura, his former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Babachir Lawal and the Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS), Prof. Yusuf Usman.
The party, conveyed its position in a statement by its spokesman, Kola Ologbodiyan, which read: “President Buhari should immediately allow the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to commence Oshiomhole’s investigation, which has been stalled despite his indictment for allegedly stealing billions of naira belonging to Edo state.
“The PDP further challenged President Buhari to allow an investigation into the alleged frittering of over N11 trillion in the petroleum sector, under his direct supervision as minister, including the alleged N9 trillion illegal oil contract as detailed in the leaked presidency memo, the alleged N1.4 trillion corrupt subsidy regime and alleged diversion of N1.1 trillion worth crude oil using 18 illegal companies allegedly linked to Presidency cabal and APC chieftains.
“The President should also allow the investigation of his ministers, who as former governors, were indicted of stealing billions of naira belonging to their states, particularly, a former governor, who was indicted by his state for allegedly diverting over N40 billion to finance APC’s 2015 Presidential campaign.
“Mr. President must also investigate how billions of naira allegedly moved from parastatals under his Petroleum ministry to finance the failed attempt to change the leadership of the National Assembly as well as the certificate scandals among his ministers and special advisers and jail all those involved.

“These are the people Nigerians have been expecting President Buhari to investigate, prosecute and if found wanting sent to jail. Unfortunately, Mr. President has been pursuing perceived political enemies, and innocent opposition members while dining and wining with corrupt persons, a development that has completely called to question the integrity of his anti-corruption fight.
“Since President Buhari came into office, he has not allowed any investigation into the corrupt activities under his Presidency, instead he has been attracting to himself, all manner of corrupt persons and giving them the perfume of sainthood, once they identify with his APC.”

 

 

Source Whirlwindnews.com

Posted on August, 19 2018

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