DICTATORIAL: What If Nigerians Insist On Probing Past Leaders? IG Wala Asks

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Civil activist and popular public commentator, IG Wala has fired at the negotiations between the incumbent president Goodluck Jonathan, and the elect being coordinated by ex-president Abubakar Abdulsalami purportedly on looting and embezzlement forgiveness.

Cabal led by Abubakar Abdulsalami meet president-elect to discuss impunity

Cabal led by Abubakar Abdulsalami meet president-elect to discuss impunity

Reacting IG Wala objected to such unilateral pardon by the president-elect as he recently promised in a statement that “Jonahan has nothing to fear,” saying that such pardon was not constitutional and not a right of the president-elect to grant but only a decision to be made by the people wh0 voted Buhari into power. Mr Wala said, “Whose decision is it to probe the past leaders, is it the President Elect or it’s about what the law says?
We Must Take Responsibility For Our Actions.”

In essence General Muhammad Buhari pardoning president Jonathan and any of his appointees without the consent of the citizens of Nigeria who elected him will be dictatorial.

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