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President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday signed an Executive Order on the preservation of suspicious assets connected with corruption.

The Presidency disclosed this in a message posted on one of its verified Twitter handles, @ AsoRock.

Buhari signed the document at the Council Chamber of the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

“President @ MBuhari has just signed a Presidential Executive Order on the Preservation of Suspicious Assets Connected with Corruption at the Council Chambers , State House, Abuja, ” the message read.


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  1. Pls let all nigerians irrespective of position, societal status, religion, etc., understand dat nigeria is operating a CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY - NOT A MILITARACY. We must therefore not only obey d Rule of Law but also be seen to obey d Rule of Law.
    Dat piece of document signed by President Buhari is not only dictatorial but negets d rule of law.
    It is most unconstitutional. D president cannot under any guise, assume d role of making and enacting laws., d Constitution of d Federal Republic of Nigeria as ammended did not appropriate any such powers to it. Dat Order is therefore NULL & VOID and of NO EFFECT NOR USE.
    The Executive Arm of d Federal Govt must know and understant dat Nigerians would not tolorate any form of dictatorship & should therefore desist from stealtily smuggling elements of such tendencies from d backdoor.
    "Its not going to work".


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