FG to publish names of treasury looters
Justice Hadiza Shagari had held that “the Federal Government has a legally binding obligations to tell Nigerians the names of all suspected looters of the public treasury past and present.”
Did you know? You can comment on this post! Just scroll down
Malami told State House reporters: "Let me place it on the record that we have Freedom of Information Act in place. And the government is fully aware of its responsibility. But we have to take into account and consideration, the fact that there are some factors that have to be considered as far as making these disclosures is concerned.
"There are matters that are subjudice in court. There are matters of reconciliation, compilations and other associated things. On the need and compliant basis, the federal government has been making public necessarily statements.
"The disclosure will definitely be made, but it is contingent on reconciliation of associated considerations as they relate to subjudice principles as they relate to concluding, reconciliation and confirmation of figures.
"So, that has been done, and the government will at the appropriate time make necessary disclosures, perhaps intermittently against the background of the prevailing conditions relating to the pendency of certain things and associated things."
Article Posted 3 Years ago. You can post your own articles and it will be published for free. No Registration is required! But we review before publishing! Click here to get started
One Favour Please! Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel!
Cook Amazing Nigerian Dishes, Follow Adorable Kitchen YouTube Channel!
Like us on Facebook, Follow on Twitter
React and Comment
If this violates your rights in any way, please report it here and it will be taken down within 24 hours.
Click Here To Hide More Posts Like This
Watch and Download Free Mobile Movies, Read entertainment news and reports, Download music and Upload your own For FREE. Submit Your Content to be published for you FREE! We thrive on user-submitted content! But we moderate!