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Remove Defense minister, investigate Nanono – APC stalwart, Kwamanda

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A former Chairman of the Buhari Group TBO, Abdulmajid Danbilki Kwamanda, has requested the Financial and Monetary Crimes Fee (EFCC) to start investigation into all of the actions of the sacked Minister of Agriculture, Sabo Nanono,

The APC stalwart additionally referred to as for the rapid sack of the Minister of Protection, Basic Bashir Salihi for his alleged failure to safe the hometown of the President and your entire nation.

Abdulmajid Danbilki who was talking to newsmen on Friday, stated, it was now not information that Basic Bashir Salihi Magashi woefully failed in discharging his duties because the Protection Minister.

“In the present day the North the place Basic Bashir Salihi Magashi comes from is now close to collapse and taking up by the Bandits and different Criminals, or is it not a actuality that as we speak regardless of large Billions spend on Protection Armories one can not Journey peacefully throughout Nigeria?

Kwamanda stated, “President Muhammadu Buhari has performed marvellously on Safety of the Nation, he has spent Billions to procured Army {hardware} and different safety devices however as a result of the Protection Minister is less than the duty nonetheless the nation is feeling the hits of insecurities”.

On the sacked Agriculture Minister, Sabo Nanono, Kwamanda stated a panel of inquiry needs to be arrange by the Presidency to Examine his tenure as Minister whereas EFCC on their half ought to start investigating his monetary dealings.

“We have now sufficient retired Generals like AbduRahman Dambazau, Nasiru Babbale Illa and so many others who will do the job and produce peace not solely to the North however to your entire federation.

He stated, ” however the actuality stays that President Muhammadu Buhari has performed sufficient for Kano State by appointing two Ministers from the State, the individuals’s and the Elites are extremely grateful however these positions needs to be sustained for the state”.

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