Tuesday, August 9, 2022

You Can’t Make Kemi Adeosun Resign And Keep Isa Pantami, It Undermines Public Accountability – Moghalu Lectures Buhari

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Former presidential candidate, Kingsley Moghalu has called for the sacking of minister of communications and digital economy, Isa Pantami over his past views supporting terror groups.

The former CBN deputy governor made this call in a series of tweet on Saturday. Moghalu expressed that Pantami should “never have scaled the vetting process and been approved for that office”.

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The former presidential candidate also expressed that the presidency exhibited double standards as Kemi Adeosun, former minister of finance, was made to resign for a wrongdoing in her past.

“I have refrained so far from commenting on the #Pantami controversy. From information available: anyone can a mistake, and has the right to recant from it. But when the evidence shows that a serving minister of Nigeria has expressed open support for global terrorist groups, he should never have scaled the vetting process and been approved for that office.

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“The implication of the timing of Pantami’s recanting of his views now is that he has been serving as a minister while presumably still harboring those views. His disagreement with Boko Haram does not absolve him of, at the very least moral culpability for supporting Al Qaeda and the Taliban.“For this reason, Pantami should not continue to serve as a Minister. For him to remain in his position, and for presidency to support this, is to tell Nigerians that we have two sets of standards from the very same government, one for the likes of former Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun who had to resign for a wrongdoing in her past, and another for Pantami.

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“This position of presidency undermines public accountability, as well as Nigeria’s struggle against terrorism.”

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