The founder of the movement described Mr Sanwo-Olu’s decision as an “executive recklessness and insensitivity”.
Their actions in hampering the credibility of future Nigerian elections could have a telling impact on the advancement of democracy.
Tinubu’s comments came two days after his wife attacked Senator Smart Adeyemi for criticising uncurbed killings, maimings and destruction of assets across the country.
Anti-graft officials told the Gazette they are treating the file drama more as a temporary setback for concerned agencies than a day of reckoning averted for the ruling party chieftain.
“It’s undoubtedly an epidemic in Nigeria.”
The federal lawmakers asked President Muhammadu Buhari to sign an executive order to advance women participation in politics.
The controversial Lagos tax contractor moonlights as a conduit for large volumes of unexplained transactions, its bank records show.