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Maina: Act or Quit Group Tells President Buhari

Stella Ukwuoma

A society right group known as “Our Mumu Don Do” on Thursday pressured Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari to quickly act on Abdulrasheed Maina’s case as well as other pending corruption cases or honourably quit.

Mr. Charles Oputa popularly known as ‘Charley boy’, leader of the group while addressing pressmen at the Unity Fountain, Abuja, venue of the protest bemoaned the lack of diligent prosecution of several corruption cases Buhari’s administration.

According to him, Nigerian youths have therefore lost confidence in his (Buhari) administration and only urgent prosecution of alleged N100bn pensions fraud, N120bn bribe leveled against former Chairman of the Presidential Task Force, Pension Reforms Board, Abdulrasheed Maina and Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim K. Idris respectively as well as $26bn Baru/Kachikwu NNPC fraud and many others can restore the lost trust.

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Nigerian Tribune quoted Oputa thus “What Nigerian youths are saying is that they don’t believe in this government anymore and for them to have faith in this government, President Buhari should act or quit. I want to say that after day 10, we are going to re-strategise because if you don’t believe in the process of this government, we need to find ways to hold this government accountable because the youths are saying that they want a country that works for everyone and not a few Nigerians”.

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Reports have it that other members of the group agreed with Oputa in urging Buhari to investigate the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami’s involvement in the pension fraud through an independent panel as a sign that he stands for justice and truth and the group would in turn stand with his administration.

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