PDP charges NASS to probe FG over corruption, insecurity




 The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has charged the National Assembly to the alleged widespread insecurity, economic depression, abuse of office and violations under the All Progressives Congress-led administration since May 2015. PDP in statement by its national publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, Monday urged the federal legislature to protect the interest of millions of Nigerians by invoking its powers under sections 88 and 89 of the 1999 constitution (as amended) to recover the over N14 trillion allegedly stolen by government officials.  

The party holds that a legislative action has become imperative, alleging that the presidency has failed to give cogent explanation on the alleged looting of over N9 trillion through sleazy oil contracts as detailed in the leaked NNPC memo. “Nigerians also want the National Assembly to the issues surrounding the reported stealing of N1.1 trillion worth of crude oil using 18 unregistered companies, as well as the alleged looting of over N2.6 trillion in shady oil subsidy regime. “The PDP urges the National Assembly to also the alleged siphoning of $322m repatriated as well as the trillions of naira stolen under shady projects such as the ‘tradermoni’ project, among others. “The party notes that only recently, the wife of Mr. President, Aisha Buhari, raised the alarm that over N500 billion meant for poverty alleviation under the APC-led government did not get to the designated beneficiaries. “The PDP holds that the humongous looting under the Buhari administration is directly responsible for the economic hardship Nigerians have been subjected to in the last four years. “Our party therefore urges the National Assembly to save the nation by recovering and channeling the stolen towards the welfare of Nigerians, while the culprits face the law. “Furthermore, the PDP implores the federal legislators to stand on the side of suppressed Nigerians by immediately investigating the roles played by the APC-led administration on issues related to the clashes and bloodletting in various parts of the country as well as the reported cases of widespread human rights violations, including illegal arrests, detention, torture and alleged disappearances as detailed in the reports by the United States Department of State and other international bodies”
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