In line with the fight against corruption in the country , some respondents in Jos have called on the presidency not to sweep under the carpet, the circumstances surrounding the reinstatement of the former Chairman of Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina , but to ensure that all those involved in the whole saga are thoroughly investigated and prosecuted accordingly.
The former Chairman on Pension Reforms was, a few days ago, sacked from the Ministry of Interior under controversial circumstances by President Muhammadu Buhari
Before his sudden sack , Maina who was in 2013 dismissed by the Federal Civil Service Commission following a recommendation by the Office of Head of Service was reinstated early this Month as Director in the Ministry of Interior.
Correspondent JAMES ABRAHAM reports that a cross section of respondents who spoke with JAY FM in Jos on Wednesday condemned his reinstatement.
They lamented that Nigerians were fast losing confidence in the anti-graft war of the APC administration expressing worry that a situation where Mr President continue to showcase his government as fighting corruption while his appointees, on the other hand, continue to perpetrate acts of corruption with impunity does not augur well for the country
Noting that Maina’s case might be a tip of the infractions that might be going on in other government ministries, departments and agencies, the respondents further called on the presidency to beam its search light in these areas as way of restoring confidence among