Monday, July 6, 2015

Why is President Buhari Afraid to Probe Former President Jonathan?

Former President Goodluck Jonathan and his successor President Muhammadu Buhari.

President Muhammadu Buhari said former President Goodluck Jonathan would not be probed? How can you accuse an incumbent President of corruption during your presidential election campaign and after you have defeated him in the presidential election and sworn in as the new President, you now refuse to probe his corrupt administration?
It is like accusing your rival of being a thief in public and then after the man has been disgraced, you turn around to say he would not be asked for the things he stole.
Are you afraid of the consequences of your allegations?

Even heaven knows that former President Goodluck Jonathan's administration was corrupt.
Some of his ministers and cronies have ill gotten riches they cannot account for. Why are you afraid to probe his corrupt government? Are you afraid of the complicity of the leaders of your ruling party, All Progressives Congress (APC) that is now more of a political merger of old members of the APC and old members of the former ruling party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who left to join the APC? So, realistically, your APC is no longer different from the PDP, because you have compromised your principles and now partners in crime with those you once accused of corruption? Of course, if you are partaker of stolen property, you are an accomplice. If you watch an armed robber rob someone of a car and later gives you a ride with the stolen car to get to your destination, you are not innocent. If armed robbers are your best allies and they invest and sponsor your business venture, are you innocent of their crimes? That is why hundreds of thousands of the unfortunate victims of Boko Haram are suffering and dying as refugees and IDPs and you don't have the conscience to ask former President Goodluck Jonathan what his administration had done with more than N60 billion raised last year for the victims of Boko Haram? Where is the money?

There are more than 3 million Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Nigeria.
The Deeper Life Bible Ministry has spent more than N7.6 million on the welfare of IDPs in Adamawa State alone.

Nigerian refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) neglected by the Nigerian government.

If President Buhari has no balls to probe former President Jonathan, the electorate who elected him will be disappointed and feel deceived by his anti-corruption presidential campaign slogans.
This Nigerian nightmare is not our Nigerian Dream.

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