Hudu Yunusa Ari’s four-page missive to security chiefs carried weighty allegations but fell manifestly short on evidence.
Documents reviewed by Peoples Gazette revealed how the humanitarian affairs minister thwarted the vice president’s years-long labour on a vital policy.
The directors alleged that several decisions of Mr Buhari were made after being “deliberately” misguided by his aides and advisers.
Sources said the National Judicial Council is responsible for misleading the president into believing that changes had been made to the list that was rejected last year.
Specifically, some lawmakers are seething over claims that Senate President Ahmad Lawan and Speaker Femi Gbajabiamiala received $2 million each in cash bribes to pass the historic law.
More than two years after the regime invested public funds into Mr Garba’s app, there’s little hope that taxpayers would see a bang for the buck.
In the eight-page memo of May 4, 2021, Mr Malami argued that insecurity across Nigeria has reached a level that could no longer be checked by existing democratic techniques.
The breach raised fears that the rising insecurity across the country was drawing closer to the elite than previously estimated.
As Ejike Mbaka’s political miring fodders a national spectacle, his superiors are coming to terms with either curbing his speech or preserving the pulpit.
An officer and soldiers who took part in the operation were still missing as of Thursday morning, The Gazette understands.