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Saturday, 9 December 2017


- Debo Adeniran says President Muhammadu Buhari must immediately rid himself of some people in his cabinet  
Adeniran argues that the activities of some of the cabinet members makes it look like they were planted in the government to derail the administration
 He also accuses the president of not doing much concerning the fight against corruption particularly in his administration

The head of the Centre for Anti-corruption and Open Leadership (CACOL), Comrade Debo Adeniran, has asked President Muhammadu Buhari to purge himself of those he called bad elements in his government.
Adeniran, who spoke at a press conference in Saturday, December 8, as part of the world anti-corruption day, said only through this would Buhari retain his glory and respect as well as meet the yearnings and aspirations of those who elected him in 2015.

According to Adeniran, those the president should immediately sack are 
Babatunde Fashola

Kemi Adeosun

Abubakar Malami

Winifred Oyo-Ita

 Abdulrahman Danbazzau.

Fashola is the minister in charge of power, works and housing while Adeosun is in charge of finance. Malami is the Justice Minister, Oyo-Ita is the Head of Service (HoS) and Danbazzau is the interior minister.

Adeniran said the cabinet members have continued to act as if they were planted in the administration to cause havoc to it and make Buhari a failure. The CACOL boss said Fashola had failed in the three ministries he handles. He said all the major roads in the country have collapsed, except those personally constructed by state governments. He also said the minister had confirmed his failure when he allegedly asked Nigerians to invest in solar power. He also lamented how Fashola reportedly declared that Nigerians would have to pay more for consuming electricity. 
For Adeosun, Adeniran said the minister had not met expectations just as he accused Malami of being a clog in the wheel of progress. He claimed that Malami had constantly hindered the government from making taking back looted funds and frustrated the country's anti-corruption drive. "You can remember he was also fingered in the Abdulrasheed Maina reinstatement scandal," he noted.
For Oyo-Ita and Danbazzau, their sin, according to Adeniran, is that they cannot claim not to be aware of "how Maina was reinstated through the backdoor." Adeniran also rated the country low in the area of anti-corruption noting that there had been confusion among the various anti-corruption agencies in the country

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