Presidency Sets To Go After PDP Moles Aso Rock 

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THE Presidency has requested an investigation into the civil service framework in order to eliminate individuals it refers to as “moles” who are loyal to the main opposition, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The moles are allegedly responsible for the unauthorized disclosure of classified documents.

On Thursday, an internal memo was revealed, indicating that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu allegedly sanctioned the disbursement of (Five Hundred Million Naira (N500,000,000.00)  from a total of One Billion Naira (N1,000,000,000.00) to the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Senator George Akume. The allocated funds were intended for the inauguration of a 37-member Tripartite Committee responsible for discussing the New National Minimum Wage.

Mr Bayo Onanuga, the Special Adviser to the President on Information and Strategy, has emphasized the need for the Federal Government to take action in identifying and removing individuals who are leaking classified documents and are believed to have allegiance to the opposition. This step is crucial in ensuring the security and maintenance of sensitive information.

Onanuga said, “What is worrisome is, how come a memo written by SGF to the President and bearing the President’s signature leaked out? It means that there are some fifth columnists within the government.

“It’s not the first time a memo will leak. There was a memo leak when the President went to UNGA, about a request for money to pay for his hotel bills and you wonder where it is leaking from.

“There are so many moles around who are probably doing the bid of the opposition. They do not respect the civil service rule for handling official secrets. And it shows that the government should look inwards to probe how memos between officials are getting into the public space. Memos that are supposed to be secret are not supposed to be flying all over the place.”

 

Eighteen-Eleven Media 

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