OBASANJO, AND GOODLUCK JONATHAN TO BE BANNED FROM ATTENDING STATE EVENTS.
The Coalition for Nigeria Movement urged the federal government to ban OBJ and GEJ from attending state events in the future.
President Muhammadu Buhari was also urged to probe the former leaders of any crimes that could be established against them.
The Federal Government has been urged by the Coalition for Nigeria Movement, to probe and ban the immediate past President Goodluck Jonathan and former military president Olusegun Obasanjo from attending state events in the future.
The group is said to have made the call to President Muhammadu Buhari urging him to probe the former leaders and ensure they pay for any crimes that could be established against them.
The Coalition for Nigeria Movement also commended President Muhammadu Buhari led government for renaming the Abuja stadium as MKO Abiola Stadium, amongst other developments. The group further said developments across the country have elated Nigerians across class, ethnic, religious and political divides. The group also said there are still some evil people that are saddened by the fact that Nigeria’s Democracy have survived their repeated assault on it, which has made their intentions to abort two decades of continued democracy to fail serially.
He also said this peoples wish for the country is so bad that they can’t hide their anger and disappointment that the country is on the path of thriving in spite of their willful acts of sabotage against the nation.
The Coalition for Nigeria Movement further urged the federal government to conduct a comprehensive audit of government funds by probing national finances from 1999-2005. The group also called for anyone indicted by the aforementioned investigation to stand trial and be given stiffest punishment applicable to where they are convicted.
The group further said it is imperative to unveil the true identities of those who stole Nigeria blind and still parade themselves as elder statesmen today. It stated further that the federal government should not extend any invitation to the former presidents.