Loot­ers’ list, a ploy to taint PDP be­fore 2019 – Me­tuh

Sunday Trust - - VIEWS - Mu­rana Mustapha Akin­niyi Ola­jide Iskilu Muham­mad Aminu Aliyu Abubakar Lamido Saleh Musa Ali Lawal Adamu Jauro Umar Faruq Mon­day Od­hegba Umaru Musa

Idon’t think Me­tuh should be com­plain­ing. In fact, I am sur­prised that it took the gov­ern­ment this long to re­lease the list. De­layed prose­cu­tion is rob­bing the na­tion of jus­tice.

He should con­fess his sins and beg Nige­ri­ans for for­give­ness, so that God can in­ter­vene in his case.

But how can Me­tuh be talk­ing about taint­ing? Didn’t the PDP apol­o­gise to Nige­ri­ans re­cently?

I call on the ju­di­ciary and judges to has­ten hear­ing in all cor­rup­tion cases so that all those found guilty would be jailed. to I call on the fed­eral gov­ern­ment in­ves­ti­gate Me­tuh’s health con­di­tion, be­cause I think his ap­pear­ance in court on a stretcher is an act.

All I want from Me­tuh is to deny the al­le­ga­tion lev­elled against him. He should stop go­ing around the mat­ter and tell Nige­ri­ans what he did dur­ing the reign of the PDP.

I plead with the All Pro­gres­sives Congress (APC) to stop blam­ing and at­tack­ing peo­ple and work for coun­try. The party spends too much time blam­ing the past gov­ern­ment for prob­lems in the coun­try.

No­body is taint­ing Me­tuh. If in­deed the al­le­ga­tion is true, then he tainted him­self. But the PDP asked for the names of loot­ers, why is it com­plain­ing?

I think the EFCC boss, Mr. Magu, has a lot of work ahead of him. May Al­lah pro­tect him and his staff as they work to en­sure that cor­rupt men and women are pun­ished.

Me­tuh

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