Abubakar Malami Speaking on theAnambra election and security challenges, AGF Abubakar Malami said: “no possibility is out ruled by the government in terms of ensuring the sanctity of our democratic order, in terms of ensuring that our elections in Anambra holds, and you cannot out rule possibilities inclusive of the possibility of declaration or state of emergency where it is established, in essence, that there is a failure on the part of the state government to ensure the sanctity of security of lives, properties and democratic order”.
Buhari said his government has used the loans to finance critical development projects and programmes aimed at improving the economy and ensuring effective delivery of public services to Nigerians.
He said nowhere in the article was he accused of any form of corruption, whether in the form of diversion of public funds or in any other manner during and after his stewardship as the governor of Anambra State.
The Pandora Papers investigation uncovered financial secrets, including those of politicians, former and serving public officials, including GovernorAtiku Baguduof Kebbi State, former PDP Vice-presidential candidate,Peter Obi, APC chieftain, SenatorStella Oduah, Gboyega Oyetola/Bola Tinubu’sLondon home, among others.
Describing Peter Obi’s dealings as opaque and illegal, the newspaper said the former government official tried to confuse the public.
The ‘Pandora Papers’, created by theInternational Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)a nonprofit newsroom and network of journalists centered in Washington, D.C., has exposed a global entanglement of political power and secretive offshore finances and dealings.
What will happen will be a constitutional crisis of immense proportion.” Barely 24 hours after Malami threatened the imposition of a state of emergency in Anambra, Governor Willie Obiano paid a visit to President Buhari..Read Full Story