Probe Adeosun For Missing 10 Trillion Naira-PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has asked the National
Assembly to immediately open an investigation into alleged
siphoning of over N10 trillion by the cabal in the Buhari presidency,
concealed under the tenure of the erstwhile Minister of Finance
Kemi Adeosun.
The opposition party insisted that Adeosun must be made to
explain how the $321 million (N115 billion) repatriated by
Switzerland was opened up for relooting by the Presidency cabal
and corrupt All Progressive Congress (APC) leaders, at the same
time she was in the media telling Nigerians that the funds were
being transferred to the poor and vulnerable household under a
discredited social safety nets system.
The party, in a statement issued Sunday by its National Publicity
Secretary, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, said its position was predicated
on allegations that the Buhari presidency and the APC, being aware
of the former minister’s NYSC Exemption Certificate liability, used
her as conduit in siphoning trillions of naira from the national
treasury.
According to him, “The party urges the parliament to probe the
books of the finance ministry during Adeosun’s tenure as well as
the ministry of petroleum resources, which is under President
Buhari to expose those behind the N9 trillion fraudulent oil
contracts detailed in the NNPC leaked memo, the N1.4 trillion
fraudulent oil subsidy regime; the alleged diverted N1.1 trillion
worth of crude oil through 18 illegal companies linked with APC
interests, among others.”
The PDP stressed that the former minister should also be made to
expose where the pressure that compromised the system for the
stealing of over N25 billion National Health Insurance Scheme
(NHIS) fund from the Treasury Single Account (TSA) was initiated.
The party stated that the Presidency has suddenly gone dumb
after it challenged President Muhammadu Buhari to start his
declaration to jail looters by allowing an open inquest into the
Petroleum ministry, as well as allegations of corruption against his
ministers, special advisers and leaders of his party.
“Mrs. Adeosun must also be made to tell Nigerians how a cabinet
minister close to President Buhari directly stole $16.9 million
(about N7 billion) from the returned $321million as non-existent
legal fees before the fund became an Automated Teller Machine
(ATM) for members of the Presidency cabal and APC leaders,”
Ologbondiyan said.
The opposition party noted that since it has become clear that Mr.
President is providing official cover for corruption under his
regime, the PDP urges the National Assembly to subject all
officials of the Buhari administration to an integrity test, as
Nigerians can no longer bear consequences of a pretentious
administration run by very corrupt individuals and fraudulent
characters.

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3 Comments

  1. All these thiefs

  2. ok

  3. yes

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