Tell Nigerians the Whereabouts of Maina – Labour Party Blows Hot, Blast FG
Abdulrasheed Maina and Muhammadu Buhari
The Labour Party (LP) has said that the federal government should accept its complicity in the questionable recall of former Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina, saying the government should tell Nigerians his whereabouts, a The Nation report has shown.
The party said since the government recalled and reinstated in, they must know where he is at the moment and should therefore arrest and prosecute him on allegations of corruption leveled against him.
Speaking at a news conference in Abuja, National Chairman of the Party, Dr Mike Omotoso, said “You will recall that Maina was sacked by the last administration and placed on Wanted List. We are calling on the federal government to arrest and prosecute Maina if they know where he is. Since they were the ones that brought him back and reinstated him, they should also bring him out now, arrest and prosecute him”.
He said the recall of Maina was an embarrassment to the country and made mockery of the anti corruption crusade of the Buhari administration.
Also speaking, National Publicity Secretary of the party, Everett Ifendu accused the former national chairman, Abdulkadir Abdulsalam of continued impersonation, saying he had since been suspended following serious allegations levelled against him by the party’s governorship candidate in Anambra.
“We want to correct some misconceptions about our party. There is no leadership tussle in our party. Our National Chairman is Dr Mike Omotoso”, said Ifendu.
According to her, the party had filed a formal complaint with the police who are currently investigating the disappearance of party property including a vehicle.
The party lamented the inability of many governments to pay salaries of workers despite the bail out from their federal government and the Paris Club refund, describing the trend as anti-people and a modern form of slavery.
It however urged the federal government to launch an investigation into how the states governments utilized the budget support fund as well as the Paris Club Refund given them by the federal government, aside their federal allocation and internally generated revenue.
Abdulrasheed Maina and Muhammadu Buhari The Labour Party (LP) has said that the federal government should accept its complicity in the questionable recall of former Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina, saying the government should tell Nigerians his whereabouts, a The Nation report has shown. The...email@example.comAdministratorA blogger #AMonpointTV is my brand and am onpoint #Thank You For ReadingAM onpoint TV | Information & Entertainment Platform