A Chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Garus Gololo, has lamented the failed road and Mambilla power projects notwithstanding gulping a humongous amount of N1.2 trillion in the five years of President Muhammadu Buhari's administration.
Gololo's response in an assertion sent to DAILY POST on Friday in Abuja, followed a new disclosure that the amount was invested through Power Ministry during Babatunde Fashola's time in road, and building projects of the Mambila Hydro Electricity Dam, which the two projects have failed woefuly in Taraba State.
The APC Chieftain called on President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately sack the Minister of Works and hand him over to the anti-graft agency for prosecution, given that he failed to justify the fund disbursed to his ministry as the Minister of Works and Power.
He said that the failure of the task and other infrastructural endeavors which were under the direct supervision of Fashola means that the Minister's "ability to convey is grossly overrated by the President.
Dr Gololo described the network of federal roads in the country “as death traps which Fashola supervised based on his incompetence.”
He called on the President to act fast and salvage the image of his administration which “has been bastardized by mismanagement caused by people like Fashola.”
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