Friday, 13 December 2013

Dividends of Goodluck Jonathan's Democracy - Always Pushing The Reset Button on Corruption

Stella Oduah is quietly reprimanded and given a second chance to continue stealing? Alams coated with Oladipo Diya, Major Fadipe and others are pardoned. Farouk Lawan is still a law maker and a stounch member of the lower house's integrity group. Corruption cases against subsidy thieves, ex-governors and ex-Ministers will be withdrawn.

Tompolo , Boyloaf and Asari contracts will be withdrawn and awarded to oil producing and Pipeline host community Chiefs and youths. Abdulrasheed Maina and Co will be forgiven and assigned to other government agencies. Mrs Jonathan's money laundry records will be wiped clean?

And a big slap was landed on the faces of well meaning Nigerians two days ago. Bode George was cleared of corruption by a supreme court panel, the judges argued that prosecutors at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had no evidence of Mr. George's intention to commit fraud at the Nigeria Port Authority (NPA) where as chairman of the NPA board, he was caught presiding over a contract paddy-paddy bazaar. 

Hamza Al-Mustapha, a once feared murderer is a freeman all in the name of politics. When is James Ibori going to be released? I'll assume in the name of Jonamocrazy and politics, a convoy of private jets will pick him up from Heathrow or Gatwick airport like they did with "Alhaji" Mujaheed Asari in Benin.

Finally, The president is ready to declare his assets, though he and his minions might be richer than Nigeria by the time he decides to make that decision.

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