The Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) should quickly commence investigation into all the activities of the sack Minister of Agriculture, Alhaji Sabo Nanono, a former Chairman of the Buhari Organization (TBO) Alhaji Abdulmajid Danbilki Kwamanda, has said.
In the same vein, the APC stalwart called for the immediate sacking of the Minister of Defence, General Bashir Salihi Magashi for his alleged outright failure to secure even the home state of the President and the entire nation.
Abdulmajid Danbilki who was speaking to Newsmen, Friday, said, it is no longer story that General Magashi has woefully failed in discharging his duties as Defence Minister, “something that is openly seen and felt by everybody”.
“Today the North where General Bashir Salihi Magashi comes from is now near collapse and taking over by the bandits and other criminals, or is it not a reality that today despite huge billions spent on Defence Armouries one cannot Travel peacefully across Nigeria?
Danbilki said, “President Muhammadu Buhari has creditably on Security of the nation, he has spent Billions to procured Military hardwire and other Security Gadgets, but because the Defence Minister is not up to the task still the nation is feeling the sight of insecurities”.
On the sacked Agriculture Minister, Alhaji Sabo Nanono, Kwamanda said a Panel of inquiry should be setup by the Presidency to Investigate his tenure as Minister while EFCC on their part should commence investigating his financial dealings.
He however said, “President Muhammadu Buhari should replace the sack Minister of Agriculture with somebody from Kano because there are Politicians and Retired Generals who can do the Ministerial Jobs perfectly”.
“We have enough retired Generals like AbduRahman Dambazau, former interior Minister of interior Honourable Nasiru Babbale Illa and so many others who will do the job and bring peace not only to the North but to the entire Country.
He said, ” but the reality remain that President Muhammadu Buhari has done enough for Kano State by appointing two Ministers from the State.