Fresh call for the investigation on Nigerian Petroleum Minister, Diezani Allison Madueke.
This move comes via the demand of a group of civil rights organisations operating under the banner ‘ Coalition against Corrupt Leaders’. The coalition put action to their voice, with a protest call at the office of anti corruption agency, the E.F.C.C. (Economic and Financial Crimes Commission) on October 1.
Sources confirmed they chose that date (Independence day), to show the significance of their demand. SEE MORE AFTER CUT>>>
The group ( CACOL) led by it’s executive chairman, Debo Adediran- and accompanied by a huge number of supporters – submitted a 3page petition to the Head of Operations of the agency.
Part of their demand is that the agency should investigate alleged Oil deals between the minister and oil companies, as well as rate of Oil theft.
The group urged the agency to ‘urgently commence a probe into various allegations of corrupt practices levelled against the person of the minister of petroleum…abuse of office, wastage of nation’s resources among others
Representative of the Agency and Head of Operations, Ilyasu Kwarbi met with the group and promised to pass on their demand to the agency’s helms man for proper action.
Informants disclosed the Coalition has vowed to ensure this particular move, unlike others, results in opening of investigation into the numerous allegations that has dogged the person and office of Minister Allison Madueke.