A former Managing Director of the Commission Joy Nunieh, had last week alleged that Akpabio and his henchmen were busy fleecing the commission which led to the setting up of a panel of inquiry.
Fayose like many other Nigerians was miffed at the expose. Yesterday, He said it was clear to see that APC government of Buhari is a family of corruption.
He stressed that just like Magu Gate, Maina Gate and many others alike, the looting of NDDC under the control of Senator Godswill Akpabio has again made a mess of their self professed fight against corruption.
Sadly this professed fight against corruption has been to persecute the opposition because as it is, rogues all over the world who become APC members become saints and are accorded prime position in the party.
His statement confirms the statement of former APC Chairman Adams Oshiomole.
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