The Chairman of the Centre for Anti - Corruption and Open Leadership, Debo Adeniran, has said that he does not trust the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, AGF, Abubakar Malami (Punch).
AGF, Abubakar Malami.
Adeniran, who made this assertion recently, while reacting to the huge judgment debts incurred by the Federal Government, opined that some of the debts could have been contrived by the office of the AGF in order to loot the coffers of the Nigerian government.
In his words; "... I don't trust the Minister of Justice/the Attorney General of the Federation (Abubakar Malami). Some of the (FG's) judgement debts could have been contrived. They (the aggrieved parties) could have been working with the defence team of the government (AGF Office), so that at the end of the day, they can make payment from the coffers of the government and share the loot."
The Anti - Corruption and Open Leadership Activist, who visibly alluded to the fact that the AGF could have deliberately inflated the debts, urged the incoming administration to investigate the veracity of the Judgment debt, and also ensure that officials who were responsible for it, are made to pay a part of the debt.
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