MAINA: Governor Fayose mocks President Buhari for reinstating pension boss accused of N2 Billion fraud | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, on Sunday mocked the President Muhammadu Buhari administration for reabsorbing the wanted ex-Chairman of the defunct Presidential Task Force on Pension Reforms, Abdulrasheed Maina, despite being indicted for allegedly perpetrating fraud to the tune of N2 Billion.


The Ministry of Interior confirmed on Sunday that Maina, who is still on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission’s wanted list, was reabsorbed and promoted to the position of Director of Human Resources at the ministry following recommendations from the Office of the Head of Service.

Maina is expected to run for governor of Borno State in 2019 on the platform of the All Progressives Congress.

In his reaction, however, Fayose, who is also under probe by the EFCC, said on his official Twitter handle that, “Someone accused of stealing billions of pension fund was returned to the FG civil service and you still think Buhari is fighting corruption?”

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  1. Mr comedian, you have no where to run to, your days are numbered. You will surely be caught by the arm of the you misuse during last administration. No amount of blackmail will save you. Civil service have it's own reasons of reinstating him, wait till the end of the drama.

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    1. Did you read the write-up at all,or you just passed your comments because of Fayose? I guess you must be very old and if you are below 50 years, then there is danger for the future of this nation.
      My advice; think before you talk.

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  2. Maina was character assassinated because he stopped the cabals from consuming pension money

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  3. Maina should be arrested and prosecuted, it is only what nigerians want to hear

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  4. If truly the man was reabsorbed by the Civil service Commission whilst still being charged by the EFCC, then, there are loads of explanation to be made. Are we really fighting corruption? Or are we using this anti corruption mantra just to fight perceived enemies? I am truly confused. Professor Sagay and co. should wade in here!

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