PDP Chieftain Chief Kenneth Gbagi Calls For Looters To Be Apprehended By The Govt Of Buhari
A Chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Nigeria’s former Minister of Education Mr. Kenneth Gbagi, said yesterday that President-elect Gen Muhammadu Buhari cannot leave those that have looted the Nation’s treasury to go free based on his promises from pre-election to deal with Corruption amongst others.
Gbagi believes not doing that will make Buhari regime not to last more than six months as Nigerians will rise up against his none commitment to his promises and pledges for election into office and affect his credibility rating.
Mr Gbagi, who spoke in a chat in London, said the present ruling party did what could better the nation but kept their eyes off the negative actions by senior executives and ministers in the country, whom took such for granted and stole funds belonging to Nigerians for their self-aggrandisement.
He said: “General Buhari is known as a man of principles, integrity and dedication to his words. This is the time to show that a Nigerian can do and keep promises because they have a legacy and integrity to keep. “If the President-Elect does not take those fingered to face the law, that I’m afraid will pushed his government out within six months with the electorates that voted him in”. “Any political party that does not do what they promised the voters, will surely kissed the dust. Nigerians are wiser and cleverer which each day”.
Mr Kenneth Gbagi urged Gen. Buhari to “use all the full force of the laws and spare no strength or effort to recover all the looted accounted for especially with the latest news on money and fund utilised in the country. He went on further to say, “there are some high profile ministers and leaders well known and pointed, that have mismanaged the economy and fund in their ministries”. All monies identified home and in the international community must be returned.
He added the issues on education and of the power sector need immediate overhauls and strategic innovations, “These sectors amongst others are very fundamental to the revival of youths which will reduces the level of unemployments and strategic indices to the positive changes expected by the people”.