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Timi Frank gives Senate ultimatum on Maina, reacts to EFCC’s seal of Saraki’s houses



Timi Frank gives Senate ultimatum on Maina, reacts to EFCC’s seal of Saraki’s houses

Previous Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Comrade Timi Frank, has requested that the Nigerian Senate make open their examinations on the last execution of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina.

Straight to the point took steps to drag the red chamber to court on the off chance that it neglects to discharge the report at the lapse of seven days.

The Senate had set up an impromptu board to examine the expelled government employee on how he (Maina) got into the nation after he left the shores of Nigeria and trailing a report that he was on EFCC needed the rundown for around two years.

Maina, before he was expelled because of a few charges drove the PRTT which was initiated on tenth June 2010 by the previous President Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, with an unmistakable order to rebuild the Head of Service Pension Office, Police Pension Office, among others.

In an announcement on Sunday, Frank likewise censured in substantial terms, what he called oppression of the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

The political extremist stated, “Since it is a time of battling debasement, all hands must be on deck. The Senate must uncover to the overall population what its board of trustees found amid the examination of previous Chairman of the Presidential Taskforce on Pension, Abdulrasheed Maina.

“I have, in any case, arranged my legal advisors to sue the Nigerian Senate if its impromptu council neglect to make open the result of its examination in the following seven days. This is important for the country Nigeria to realize who is her genuine foes and the individuals who have served her carefully,” Timi Frank said.

While denouncing the fixing of private houses situated in Ikoyi, Lagos, claimed by Senate President, Bukola Saraki, by the EFCC, Frank said the APC organization had blundered the much-discussed battle against evil for witch-chasing of apparent political adversaries.

“These similar houses were the reason the equivalent EFCC before explored the Senate President and later hauled to the Code of Conduct Tribunal, and the case went right to the Supreme Court of Nigeria where Sen. Bukola Saraki was released and absolved, it demonstrates that APC’s organization has appeared, it is a revolutionary government.

“Nigerians at all dimension must talk facing shameful acts in the land. We should help the dumbfounded legislature of APC in the battle against contamination. Political mistreatment ought not to be viewed as appropriate against contamination.”


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