Peter Ayo Fayose Tells Buhari To Publish Assets Recovered, Names Of ‘Looters’ Before Sale
Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has called on the President Muhammadu Buhari led the government to publish all the looted property it has recovered, in addition to names of those they were recovered from, before selling them (assets) off.
In an announcement issued on Wednesday by his Special Assistant on Public Communication and New Media, Lere Olayinka, the senator likewise said that the administration should try to distribute the names of the purchasers after they are inevitably sold.
The representative, who noticed that Nigerians were never again intrigued by being administered by purposeful publicity, stated:
“Nigerians need to know what number of properties were recuperated and who purchased the properties. Who approved the deal? Nigerians need subtle elements, not purposeful publicity on the grounds that the vast majority of these properties have been sold and exchanged.”
He prompted the central government to make a site where every one of the properties recuperated by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and to whom they were sold would be recorded.
The representative said it was not any more conceivable to put stock in the EFCC’s reports on recuperated plundered assets and properties.
“By what method would nigerians be able to keep on trusting the situation of the same EFCC that said in April 2016 that the affirmation of debasement against Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) Chairman, Danladi Umar was minor doubt and would be hard to demonstrate in court, yet now charged the same CCT administrator to court on the claim it depicted as negligible doubt?” Mr. Fayose addressed.
“On November 23, 2017, Senator Emmanuel Paulker, the Chairman of the Senate advisory group examining the messed up restoration and advancement of the previous Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pensions, Ibrahim Maina told Nigerians on the floor of the Senate that all the extraordinary properties recuperated from charged marauders of Pension Funds had just been re-plundered by authorities of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
“A year ago November additionally, the Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN), while affirming before the National Assembly charged that one of the properties recouped from asserted plunderers of Pension Funds was at that point sold to a Lagos legal advisor.
“How are we now beyond any doubt that similar individuals who re-plundered the recuperated annuity plunders have not likewise plundered the recouped properties the President said will be sold?”
Talking further, Governor Fayose said; “The government can’t keep on telling Nigerians stories without foundation. The period of Baba has said is gone in Nigeria. The time of the president acting like a master of the house is gone, we are in a popular government.
“Numerous individuals were extorted and constrained to surrender their properties. A run of the mill case is the one on Malabu Oil where individuals have been scandalized, irritated and their names demolished by means of media trial and the Attorney General of the Federation now turn out to state that there isn’t sufficient proof to attempt them. What will now happen to the falsehoods told against those individuals?
“The government should, hence, distribute and state obviously what has occurred in the EFCC in the vicinity of 2006 and now. Nigerians need to know the recouped properties sold by Ibrahim Magu’s forerunner, Ibrahim Lamorde and different past EFCC executives. The individuals who got them ought to be made open as well.”