The former governor of Ekiti State, Peter Ayodele Fayose has reacted to the drama that ensued in the National Assembly complex yesterday, during the questioning of the minister for NDDC and the acting managing director of the commision.
It was made known that the commision incurred the expenditure of N1.32bn, which excludes other capital expenditures.
During the questioning, it was revealed by Godswill Akpabio the minister of the commision that, if NDDC is scraped, it is the members of the house that will suffer it the most, as most NDDC contracts are been awarded to them.
The former governor of Ekiti State reacting to this said, it is now very clear that the APC Government of President Muhammadu Buhari is a family of corruption, which the party claims it is fighting against.
He said just like Ibrahim Magu and others under it, the looting in the NDDC is another mess to President Muhammadu Buhari's administration.
He said, what the present administration is doing is to oppress other rival party members of corruption, but sparing APC members who have been found guilty of corruption.
He said he is only hoping that like that ones that have been swept under the carpet, this should not be swept under the carpet like others.
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