Fayose Blast FG over the controversial list of treasury looters

Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose has criticized the federal government over the controversial list of treasury looters in the country.

Recalled that minister of Information, Lai Mohammed had released the controversial list of treasury looters at a press conference in Lagos on Friday.

Fayose writing on his Twitter page queried the omission of the former minister, Alison Dieziani Madueke, ex-pension boss, Abdulrasheed Maina, amongst others from the list.

The Ekiti governor further questioned the authenticity of President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption war.

He wrote “Surprisingly, the name of PDP Chairman, Uche Secondus (N200m) is on Lai Mohammed clownish ‘looters’ lists; that of Diezani that they claimed to have traced N47.2bn & $487.5m to was missing.

“Did FG lie against Diezani ab-initio or she is now Baptized into APC comity of Saint Looters?

“Still about their corruption list, what happened to the NHIS Boss, Yusuf (sacked for fraud & reinstated by Buhari), Maina (the pension thief), NNPC boss, Baru ($25bn contract scam), Abba Kyari (N500m MTN scam) and others. Are they Saint Looters?”

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