The Buhari Media Organization, (BMO) says the conviction of the previous National Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Get together (PDP), Olisa Metuh for receiving about N400Million from the Business office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA), is one more proof that the anti corruption war of the Buhari administration is on system.
The organisation extra that this newest conviction should audio a observe of warning to general public office environment holders to be mindful of the sacred have faith in they owe the people today when they occupy public business, and generally employ community funds in accordance to the legislation of the land.
In a statement signed by its Chairman Niyi Akinsiju and Secretary Cassidy Madueke, BMO explained it believes that the conviction of Olisa Metuh will serve as a lesson to other men and women who might desire to tamper with general public cash in upcoming.
“Again, with the shipping and delivery of a responsible verdict on Metuh, the Nigerian judiciary has shown its impartiality and that any individual who violates the regulation, no make a difference how highly placed, will have his or her day in court docket. We consider that occupying governing administration office environment is a unusual possibility to provide the individuals and not to get benefit of the process.
“We advise that those people politicians who want to use community workplace to enrich them selves should really have a rethink as there is a new Sherriff in city. Surely, the Buhari administration is resolute in curbing corruption in our public lifestyle and the least that is predicted of Nigerians, specially politicians, is to lend their assist.”
According to the BMO, all the monies recovered from looters will be channelled into acquiring the country’s dilapidated infrastructure.
“While we do not gloat more than the destiny that has befallen Olisa Metuh and his co-travellers, but it need to be observed that owing approach was adopted in his conviction and any nation truly worth it is salt must constantly adhere to the rule of law,” the statement extra.