Femi Adesina President’s spokesman says no evidence indicting ministers, APC chieftains Femi Adesina has said no evidence has been brought forward to indict any serving minister or APC chieftain.


Femi Adesina President Muhammadu Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity has said no serving minister or APC chieftain has been indicted with evidence.
Adesina gave reasons for the alleged omission of chieftains of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, and those in the president’s cabinet in corruption prosecutions by anti-graft agencies.
Speaking as a guest on a radio programme, Sweet F.M’s Podium in Abeokuta, Adesina said no concrete evidence has been brought forward against any member of the president’s cabinet or APC chieftains.

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Arguing that the federal government’s anti-corruption fight was not selective, Adesina said,“The onus lies on he who alledges to also prove. The fact that any PDP member crosses to APC does not provide automatic shield. Whoever is indicted will be prosecuted,” he said.

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