[News] : Buhari’s suspension of Babachir Lawal, Ayo Oke an afterthought, cover-up plot – Fayose

Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has portrayed the suspension of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr. Babachir Lawal; and the Director-General of National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Ambassador Ayo Oke, and in addition setting up of a three-man Committee to explore the disclosure of over N13 billion money by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in a private loft at Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos as diversionary, reconsideration and a prelude to the official conceal of the first proprietors of the cash.


The senator, who said the Buhari-drove government was turning into a humiliation to Nigerians with its grotesque move of disgrace, asked; “Would the President have set up a test board if these tricks were connected to anybody in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) or those individuals from his gathering that are not in his great books? “In particular, what business does Presidential Committee have with examination of wrongdoing? Are they disclosing to Nigerians that they have lost trust in all the knowledge and investigative offices of the legislature, including the EFCC and DSS?” Speaking through his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, Governor Fayose said it was getting to be plainly evident that President Buhari has lost control of his administration, including that; “The Buhari-drove Federal Government is working like numerous legislatures inside one government. There has all the earmarks of being numerous Presidencies inside the Presidency and this is the explanation behind the disarray all over the place.” The senator announced that “the feline of President Buhari’s administration lip service in its battle against defilement has as of now been let of the pack” including that; “Nigerians can never again be misled by a legislature that secures its own kin at whatever point they are blamed for debasement while setting the DSS and EFCC to attack places of individuals from restriction parties, particularly those apparent as having presidential desire in 2019 in the night to capture and keep them uncertainly notwithstanding when defilement charges against them have not been demonstrated.” He said it was the powerlessness of the President to take activities past his political gathering and ethnic opinions that dove his administration into the present contentions, asking; “Did the President not compose a letter dated January 17, 2017, to the Senate, excusing the SGF? So what has changed on account of the SGF? Was his reported suspension only to balance? “Why sitting tight for this muddled OsborneGate to follow up on the Presidential Initiative for the North East (PINE) grass-cutting trick? Would it be able to have been an instance of one Presidency (Buhari) composing the Senate on January 17, 2017 to clear the SGF and another Presidency suspending him today? “Whichever way one takes a gander at it, it gives no other impression than that of disarray in the administration.” Speaking further, the senator asked; “Is their presidential board of trustees additionally going to reveal to Nigerians the individuals who deserted N49 million trade out an air terminal that has CCTV cameras? What the proprietor of the N448 million the EFCC said it found in a shop at LEGICO Shopping Plaza, Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos? “In all these, what I see is an administration attempting hysterically to conceal degenerate demonstrations of its functionaries however like I said before now, despite the fact that we realize that the APC-drove government has the ability to stow it where no one will think to look like numerous others before it, Nigerians will have it on record that they are being ruled by a legislature of the more you look, the less you see.”

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