Thursday, 6 August 2015

Governor Fayose flays President Over anti-corruption policies

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Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has tak­en a swipe at the Federal Governmen’st anti-corrup­tion stance, describing it as mere noise making, a witch-hunt and diversionary to hoodwink the public into overlooking the seeming failure of the government to deliver on its electoral promises.
He said: “If President Muhammadu Bu­hari knows exactly where the stolen funds are kept and who looted the funds, he does not need all these public announcements. Rather, he should make public names of the looters and bring back the purport­ed stolen funds. It is when he is able to bring back the money that he should make announcements of recov­ered funds.”
Governor Fayose, who spoke through his Special Assistant on Public Com­munications and New Me­dia, Lere Olayinka, added that: “You don’t announce a pro­cess to the public. Rather, you announce the results because that is what is of in­terest to the people. It is like you are announcing that you know where armed robbers reside, won’t they change their location?”
“What the All Progres­sives Congress (APC) spin-doctors and their collabora­tors in the Presidency are doing is simple. It is such that when there is nothing to tell the people as per the rising Boko Haram attacks, Dollar and other foreign currencies exchange rates, petrol pump price and other seeming failed promises of the APC-led Federal Gov­ernment, they will accuse former President Goodluck Jonathan and his men of corruption, insult Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and make noise about fight­ing corruption.
t Buhari and his men should, however, know that Nigeria of today is dif­ferent from that of 1983 and the system under which they are operating now is also different. Nigerians are watching and unlike 1983, nothing can prevent them from asking questions, which they are already ask­ing.”



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