The calls was made through an #EndSARS campaigner, Rinu Oduala.
Rinu stated Pantami’s money owed must be frozen over his beyond arguable remarks supporting the sports of terrorist organizations which include Taliban and Al-Qaeda.
Pantami had on the grounds that renounced his radical pro-terrorists remarks, announcing he now knows better however Nigerians have been unsparing and relentless inside the call for the resignation or sacking of the minister.
Rinu Oduala, who tweeted through @SavvyRinu on Thursday, advised the CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele to freeze Pantami’s debts just because the apex bank unexpectedly froze the accounts of at least 20 #EndSARS promoters remaining 12 months over terrorism associated allegations.
She Twitted: Godwin Emefiele, when are you going to freeze the bank account owed to Isa Pantami? the activist asked.
The apex financial institution had via an ex parte order frozen the account of Oduala and 19 other men and women who played a position within the October #EndSARS protests in opposition to police brutality and extrajudicial killings.
The CBN had said the debts were frozen due to the character of the research that's terrorism related but after about three months, a Federal high court docket in Abuja ordered the apex financial institution to unfreeze the bills of the 20 #EndSARS protesters.
Rinu Oduala, a main voice during the #EndSARS protests ultimate year had pulled out of the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry probing the alleged killing of protesters by means of soldiers on the Lekki toll gate. She had faulted the decision of the retired Justice Doris Okuwobi led panel to reopen the toll gate whilst justice hasn’t been served to the victims of the October 20, 2020, Lekki shootings.
See the screenshot of her tweet below.
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