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Friday, 3 November 2017

Charly Boy delivers letter to AGF requesting for action against 'corrupt Presidential Aides' (Photos)

Entertainer and activist, Charles Oputa, popularly known as Charly Boy, was at the Ministry of Justice on Friday, to deliver a letter to the Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, requesting for executive action on allegation of corruption against Presidential Aides.

Charly Boy was there with lawyers and some members of his Our Mumu Don Do movement.




Read the letter below..
November 1, 2017
The Attorney General of the Federation
Ministry of Justice
Federal Secretariat
Abuja

Hon Attorney General of the Federation;

Request for Executive Action on Allegation of Corruption against Presidential Aides.

Mr. Charles Oputa (popularly known as Charly Boy) has instructed us to write this letter on his behalf and on behalf of the Our Mumu Don Do group and several of its coalition partners that are campaigning for transparent, accountable and democratic governance in Nigeria. Our client is complaining against the President and the Federal Government for failure to publicly disclose the report of investigation into the cases against some senior officials of this government who have been accused of corrupt practices and take action to ensure their prosecution according to the law.

On May 29, 2017, President Muhammed Buhari took the Oath of Office of the President to do everything in his powers to enforce and protect the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

While delivering his inauguration speech, the President declared war against corruption and promised zero tolerance for corrupt practices in the public service of Nigeria. Since after his inauguration, the President has continued to declare his commitment to fight corruption.

But, since assuming leadership of the country, the President has refused or neglected to act beyond mere words to fulfill his oath of office. Since May 29, 2015 there has been many allegations of corruption against high profile public officers and presidential aides. Some of these allegations are as follows:

1. Allegation of N270million procurement fraud against the former Secretary to the Government of the Federation

2. $43 million found in an apartment belong to the former Director General of the National Intelligence Agency

3. N500million alleged MTN bribery against the Chief of Staff to the President, Mr. Abba Kyari

4. N120 billion fraud against the Inspector General of Police

5. Alleged award of $25billion contract contrary to the procurement

More photos below.


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