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Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose has tested the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, to name those “treasury looters” that he asserted were supporting the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, saying; “it’s about time that Nigerians start to consider the Information Minister responsible for his pointless cases.

Fayose said that tragically that the Information Minister has been misguiding the country, saying “over 20 months after he asserted that 55 Nigerians stole over N1.34 trillion from the nation’s treasury from 2006 to 2013, Lai Mohammed is yet to disclose to Nigerians who the 55 individuals are.”

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In an announcement issued yesterday, by the Governor’s Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, he portrayed Lai Mohammed as “an exemplification of inconsistencies, who talks from a few sides of his mouth, swinging himself to a vegetable while attempting to shield a legislature that has accomplished more malicious than great to Nigeria and its kin.

The representative approached Nigerians to win on the Information Minister to name the treasury bandits supporting IPOB and give confirmation of the sponsorship and also the 55 individuals that he said stole over N1.34.

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“On June 10, 2013, Lai Mohammed talked against the ban of Boko Haram, saying that it smothered the press and messed with the crucial human privileges of Nigerians.

He additionally talked in help of genuine federalism and rebuilding of Nigeria. Be that as it may, today, with regards to President Muhammadu Buhari’s legislature, everything Lai Mohammed bolstered at that point, he is presently against and what he was against at that point, he now underpins.

Approaching the worldwide group, particularly the United Nations and the International Criminal Court, ICC, to explore the horrifying wrongdoing being carried out by the military against Nigerians in the South-east, Governor Fayose said there was no law in Nigeria engaging the military to pronounce any association as psychological oppressor and execute unarmed individuals.


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