The Center for Anti-Corruption and Open Leadership, CACOL, has upheld imprison sentences for Andrew Yakubu, previous NNPC Group Managing Director and previous Minister for Defense, Musiliu Obanikoro.
CACOL depicted the activity of the pair who have both sued the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, as impudent and inexcusable.
Responding to a current suit recorded by Obanikoro requesting N100m as general harms for the relinquishment of some of his benefits over the arms bargain trick, Executive Chairman of CACOL, Mr. Debo Adeniran, said “the spate of the exposed face exemption being shown by some defilement suspects in the nation as the counter debasement drive is waxing on more grounded is turning out to be exceedingly irritating and ill bred of the aggregate knowledge of Nigerians as a people.
“It is this tricky state of mind that is encouraging Obanikoro who at first fled from the nation when the top on the ‘jar of worms’ of the arms bargain outrage was lifted; who confessed to getting reserves and have proceeded to give back a few, to sue the EFCC for harms and break of his ‘major ‘human rights’.
“This is somebody who profited from the intrigue against the very nation he should ensure as Minister of Defense for State to occupy and plunder the assets implied for obtaining guns to battle the Boko Haram uprising in the North East. Realizing this is a revolt which has prompted to the loss of innumerable lives and property; yet these components set out to exhibit this level of impudence, no doubt, makes Obanikoro’s turn like Andrew Yakubu’s for sure horrifying and annoying.”
Additionally communicating repugnance at the level of fraud appeared by some debasement suspects as of late, Adeniran bemoaned how the individuals who “carry out wrongdoings that keep on damaging the socio-political and monetary pith of the nation can set out to manhandle the insightfulness of the general population so conspicuously is both disgusting and provocative.
“As a result of components like Andrew Yakubu, previous NNPC GMD of the renowned worldwide N3 billion reserved money popularity and Obanikoro, the FG must heighten the battle against debasement as a few thieves are clearly hopeless, bold and obstinate. Truth be told they are starting to feel that they can simply escape with whatever they do.
“As we have dependably recommended, despite the fact that we can relate with ‘supplication dealing’ to some point, we demand that any individual who has stolen cash from the Public or Private Purse ought to be tossed in the slammer after such stolen stores have been recovered from them especially the refractory ones.
“The FG and EFCC must convey ingenuity and careful cautiousness in taking care of the legal procedures of debasement speculates like the bold team all together for the suspects not to escape equity by means of legitimate aerobatic,” CACOL finished up.