Friday, 7 July 2017

Youths Designs Across the nation Solidarity Rally For Prof Osinbajo And Magu

A coalition of youth gatherings, the Association of Youths of Nigeria against Corruption (AYONAC) is arranging an across the nation solidarity rally for Acting President Yemi Osinbajo and the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, notwithstanding what they depicted as evident badgering and terrorizing by the senate.

Representative of AYONAC, Phil Roberts, who tended to newsmen, in Abuja, on Thursday, said that the walk would hold all the while in the 36 state capitals and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), with the message: "Nigerian Youths Stand Up against Corruption in Nigeria." 

Noticing that there were deliberate endeavors from a few quarters to undermine the counter unite battle of the present organization, the gathering said the rally would draw the consideration of the worldwide group, the legislature, and the specialists of debasement from Nigeria (living inside or outside the shores) that the young were tired of the endemic defilement in the nation. 

They asked why certain individuals in the country, particularly the Senate, had neglected to see anything great in Magu, despite what the acting EFCC Boss was doing to re-specialist and reposition the war against graft, which as indicated by them, had won President Muhammadu Buhari's government both national and universal awards. 

AYONAC unequivocally announced that Osinbajo holds the privilege to his own sentiment and opportunity to practice his basic rights as a national of Nigeria, and ought not be hushed or cowed by anybody at all. 

The gathering in this manner, dismisses completely, the current final offer hammered on the Acting President by the senate, requesting him to sack Magu as Acting Chairman of the EFCC. 

"We make strong to proclaim that we should not lay on our paddles and permit energy of marauders and monetary saboteurs to submerge the great expectation of this organization in its push to tame debasement in the land," the young  people promised.


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