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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Massive Corruption Exposed In Buhari’s Office, As National Assembly Exposes Ranking Senators Conniving With Cabals To Cover Up The Dirt

Massive Corruption Exposed In Buhari’s Office, As National Assembly Exposes Ranking Senators Conniving With Cabals To Cover Up The Dirt

The National Assembly has revealed that some Senators are behind the current fuel scarcity being experienced by Nigerians, which is orchestrated by the massive corruption in the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC.

The National Assembly who condemned the report of the Senate Committee on Petroleum (Downstream), blasted the Chairman of the Committee, Kabir Marafa, for not including the issue of fuel subsidy which they alleged the Executive is paying for without National Assembly’s approval.
Senator Atai Aidoko Ali, revealed that the report was written by the NNPC and not the Senate Committee, to cover up massive corruption.
“This is the first time I will not be commending a Committee of this Senate for doing a job”, the Lawmaker stated.
He added: “Mr. President, this report from this Committee, to me, does not contain the issues, it does not address the problems that made you call this Committee to sit. If we are not talking about subsidy, then what are we talking about? This looks like a report of NNPC.”
Also speaking was Senator Nafada Bayero, who questioned Marafa on submitting five conflicting recommendations on an issue.
“I have read these recommendations, the only recommendation that may stand is for the Federal Government to completely deregulate the PMS. That is the only recommendation that will stand. Otherwise, these recommendations as far as I am concerned look like a report that is imported, or that is written by somebody, not from this Senate. If it is a report of this Senate, they cannot bring about five different recommendations on same issue. Mr. President, may I call on this Committee to go back and work again and bring a report of its own, not one that was influenced by outsiders.”
Thereafter, Senator Stella Oduah tagged the report as ‘unfair’ and ‘biased’.
“This is supposed to be a technical report. Mr. President, this (report) will not stand the test of time. This is an unfair report. Very, very unfair and extremely biased report”, she said.
Elsewhere, Senator Dino Melaye asked the Lawmakers to mandate the Executive to refund all money spent on subsidy without appropriation.
“Mr. President, this report if adopted will only continue to empower the corruption that is already ongoing in the oil sector in this country. What we ought to be debating here is the corruption that is going on in the oil industry, in NNPC, and the reason why our oil industry has failed, but nothing of such was mentioned in this report. This report rather is energising the corruption that is already ongoing.
“It is true that Marketers may not be able to sell at N145, but is abominable for any Government to spend government money without appropriation by the National Assembly. All money that was spent without appropriation should be refunded, and approach the Senate for proper appropriation. Mr. President, I am particularly asking the Committee to go back, become born again, sit down, do a holy exercise, and come up with resolutions.”
The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, resolved that the Committee should review the report and come up with a final report that should reflect all the views raised.

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