The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has called on President Muhamadu Buhari to immediate weed out of moles in his government hinged on the fact that such moles hinder him from fulfilling his electoral promises.
In a Press release issued on the 1st November, 2017 by the President of the group, Professor Is-Haq Akintola, the Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) corroborates the head of Nigerian customs Service, Hameed Ali’s statement saying it is frank, insightful and arcane.
Colonel Hameed Ali (rtd) was quoted as haven said some days ago as saying that President Muhammadu Buhari’s government is 50% controlled by the opposition Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP).”
MURIC further said “We are alarmed that the All Progressives’ Congress (APC) has allowed powerful moles to grow in the ruling party under their watchful eyes. The result is the inability of the present government to fulfil some of its campaign promises made before the 2015 general elections.”
“A glaring example is the power sector where a former minister confessed recently that PDP sold the DISCOs to its members. This explains why the efforts of Babatunde Fashola, the current Minister of Power, has not yielded the desired result. Fashola had promised to turn the power sector around in six months but sabotage cannot be ruled out with the DISCOs in the hands of the opposition.”
“There must be more to this than meets the eyes when the DISCOs’ story is juxtaposed with the ‘coup d’etat’ which occurred in the National Assembly (NASS) at the very beginning of the Buhari administration. It was this ‘coup d’etat’ or political betrayal which facilitated the rebellious and uncooperative stance of the current NASS culminating in its ability to weaken the Federal Government (FG), retard legislative progress and constitute itself into a major headache for the anti-corruption fight.”
MURIC said it is deeply concerned that PDP moles have been allowed to hang around for too long adding that they are doing a lot of havoc, all in an attempt to portray Buhari as slow and incompetent, in particular, “they have been largely responsible for depriving Nigerians of the dividends of democracy as promised by the APC. If the former ruling party regards this as politics, we see it as lack of patriotism coupled with acute poverty of chivalry, modesty and magnanimity.”, It added.
The group therefore called on Nigerians to open their eyes to see through the opposition’s wicked tricks and see reason that Nigerians are made to suffer in darkness and heat just because they want to stage a comeback in 2019, therefore warning the electorates not to allow those who do not believe that stealing is corruption to control the affairs of the country again. It added, “Nigerians should not allow hardened kleptomaniacs to stage a comeback.”
MURIC also indicted that part of the wicked tricks being used by enemies of the Nigerian people is using the humongous money stolen while they were in power to launch massive anti-Buhari propaganda, including hiring crowds to attend public programmes, paying sympathizer activists in strategic places on social media platforms to rubbish the achievements of the Buhari regime and to deceive gullible Nigerians into believing that the Federal Government (FG) is doing nothing.
“We charge President Muhammadu Buhari not to wait for the iron to get hot before striking but to make the iron hot by striking. He must weed out the moles in his government because their lukewarm attitude, sabotage and ill-will are affecting Nigerians at the grassroots level. It is giving the wrong impression (and a negative one for that matter) about government. For instance, government officials who have publicly renounced Mr. President have no business being where they are. They should be shoved outside.”
“Before we round up, we must commend the recent sack of key public officials like Abdul Rasheed Maina, Babachir Lawal and Ayo Oke who were indicted after investigations. This singular action has injected a large dose of confidence in Buhari’s anti-graft war. We therefore reiterate and reinforce our full confidence in the person of President Muhammadu Buhari. He remains a great asset for Nigeria and a treasure of immense measure come 2019,” the statement concluded.
IS-HAQ AKINTOLA is Professor of Islamic Eschatology, Muslim Activist, Human Rights Activist, Social Commentator, Advocate of Dialogue. Website: www.ishaqakintola.com … Twitter: ishaqakintola … Facebook: facebook.com/ishaqakintola
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