Thieves are serving as ministers in Buhari’s government – PDP Chairman

Published On: January 25, 2016, 6:07 am
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Acting National Chairman of the major opposition party- Peoples Democratic Party- Uche Secondus, says many of the 55 Nigerians alleged to have looted N1.34 trillion are serving in the federal government as ministers of President Muhammadu Buhari.

While criticising the handcuffing of National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Olisa Metuh, he also accused the government of waging a selective anti-corruption war.

He said: “This involves both APC and PDP. Those involved are still in the government of Muhammadu Buhari, serving as ministers, some holding ranking positions even in security agencies.

“He should bring them to book; we are not against his fight against corruption, but it should be holistic and there must be Rule of Law. “Look at the handcuffs on PDP National Publicity Secretary, Chief Olisa Metuh. It is wicked and vindictive. Nigerians should see what is happening in a democracy because Metuh is the spokesperson of opposition party.”

“Now, no one can speak freely. We are operating under threat and a Police state; our families now live under threat and they are being asked questions at the airport,” Secondus added.

-- Oworen25 (m) at 25-01-2016 09:55AM
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I support you with this your talk, I myself believe that there is nothing wrong with fighting corruption by should be done on a right way not facing only the people you hate.