“National disgrace” – Former Minister describes Atiku, Tinubu CSU records tussle

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Former Minister of Aviation, Mr Osita Chidoka has said the President appointed officials who are under Investigation with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

The chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, made the allegations in a statement he made available to journalists on Sunday.

Also in the Statement, the Atiku staunch supporter also berated the President for appointing a serving NYSC member as Minister.

There were reports that the Minister of Art, Culture and Creative Economy, Hannatu Musawa, was still having her one year compulsory service with NYSC when she was appointed.

Osita stated this in reaction to the order by the US court, ordering Chicago State University to release Tinubu’s records to Atiku Abubakar.

In Osita’s words, the legal tussle between the two leaders over Tinubu’s records is a “national disgrace”

He said, “That all the aforementioned institutions allowed a man to be sworn in without definitive statements about his qualifications is a national tragedy. For 23 years, the issue of President Tinubu has been a recurring decimal in our national equation.

“Under his reign, a current youth corps member is serving as Minister, and people under investigation by EFCC and made public are sitting in the Federal Executive Council. And they all passed through security screening.”

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