Buhari’s Appointees, Emefiele Must Not Leave Nigeria – Arewa Groups Reveals

The Union of Northern Groups (CNG) has warned that no one appointed by President Muhammadu Buhari on allegations of corruption will be allowed to leave Nigeria.
CNG also said CBN Governor Godwin Emefiele is not allowed to leave the country until all charges against him are resolved.

CNG spokesman, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, made the point in Abuja on Thursday during a press conference.

He added that people with such motives should be treated as enemies of the state and dealt with according to the provisions of the land law.

Suleiman said,

“We demand that when the present administration of President Muhammadu Buhari bows out of office, all key office holders must be asked to clear themselves of all pending corruption and other allegations against them.”

CNG specifically emphasized that the Governor of CBN must be held accountable to the incoming administration for his term, and said that if Emefiele or any other suspect official is allowed to leave school, it should be rescinded. . authority, accountability, and good governance.


The NGC observes that just recently, precisely on Monday, May 15, 2023, the Nigeria Police Headquarters confirmed that there was a plot to sabotage the official inauguration on May 29 of the new administration. of the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and the governors at the state level are real.

Suleiman said the CNG requires that any individual or group that is remotely involved in the financing, direct execution, or concealment of information about this evil and diabolical scheme, be treated appropriately as treason. nation and is an enemy of the state and its citizens.

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The group further called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to expand its investigation into corrupt practices to all government ministries.

He said he rejected the alleged plan to limit attention only to outgoing state governors and asked the EFCC president to conduct a comprehensive investigation, expanding his influence on the president. , federal government agencies, deputy governors, and cabinet members of outgoing administrations. He added that the group also demanded a thorough investigation into the allegations against the EFCC itself as well as the huge amount of debt the outgoing administration accumulated for the country.

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