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Young Progressive Party Commends Presidency Over Sack Of Babachir Lawal and Ayo Oke




The National Executive Committee of Young Progressive Party has commended the Presidency over the sack of the former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Babachir Lawal and ex-National Intelligence Agency boss, Ayo Oke.

Buhari sacked the duo, who have been on suspension for over three months.

Oke’s agency had claimed ownership of the monies discovered in an Ikoyi apartment while Lawal was indicted for corruption by the senate committee on the humanitarian crisis in the north-east.


Reacting to the news of the sack, Young Progressive Party under the chairmanship of Comrade Bishop Amakiri hails the sack and recommendation for immediate prosecution of the erstwhile SGF, Babachir David Lawal and DG of the NIA, Mr. Ayo Oke on allegations of corruption but however condemn the length of time it took for the President to act on the report.

Meanwhile, The Party also recently requested for the immediate appointment of a substantive Minister of Petroleum Resources who can effectively see to the day to day running of the Ministry and whom Nigerians can hold accountable for any breach of public trust.

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