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Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose has said that President Muhammadu Buhari has not done enough in his anti-corruption war.

He made this statement on Monday on the backdrop of the disengagement of former Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Mr. Abdullahi Maina from the Civil Service.

Fayose noted that it was an afterthought from Mr President in order to save his face from global criticisms caused him by the outcry of Nigerians on the news of Maina’s reinstatement.”

“If Maina , who was declared wanted for corrupt practices by the International Police Organisation , after he was dismissed from office by the Civil Service Commission in 2013
for allegedly committing N 2 . 1 bn pension fraud while in office, could be secretly reinstated and even promoted without writing the required civil service promotion examination , no one should be in doubt any longer that Buhari is not fighting any corruption.

“Even the former Chairman of EFCC , Ibrahim Lamorde , who was accused of corruption by the Senate, removed from office unceremoniously and declared wanted is now the Commissioner of Police in charge of the Special Fraud Unit , Ikoyi, Lagos.


“When the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources Ibe Kachikwu raised allegation of award of $ 25 bn contracts without following due process against the Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National
Petroleum Corporation , Dr. Maikanti Baru , the Presidency was the one that defended him (Baru ).

“Also, President Buhari has refused to act on the report of the committee that investigated the $ 43 m discovered in an apartment at Osbourne Towers ,
Ikoyi, Lagos, despite that Nigerians have been asking him to act on it.

“Even the Acting Chairman of EFCC , Ibrahim Magu was indicted of corruption by the Department of State Service and all that was done by President Buhari was to ask the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice , Abubakar Malami (SAN ), to investigate the DSS report . Up till today , nothing has been heard about it and Magu , despite his rejection by the Senate, is still acting
as the EFCC chairman .

“It was also under this government of Buhari that Ahmed Gambo Saleh ; the Supreme Court Registrar was indicted and put on trial for alleged over N 2 bn fraud . The case against Gambo Saleh was withdrawn almost immediately, and he has been appointed the Secretary of the National Judicial Council . Not only that , he was made the Secretary of the Corruption and Financial Crime Cases Trial Monitoring Committee , headed by Retired Justice Isa Ayo Salami .”

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  1. C,ROTY

    October 24, 2017 at 8:10 pm

    only mumu people can say buhari is limiting corruption by saying he is fighting corruption he is just fighting opposition I wonder how President can be defend those charge by some government agency as corrupt people since their loyal to President they have set so many fake committee on some issues about some APC member fraud case which their is nothing positive out of it instead they promote them or change their position shame……
    God bless Nigeria

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