Plans are in the works to see to the invitation of ex-president Goodluck Jonathan for questioning by the The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The EFCC recently revealed that it will soon invite the former president when it is through with its investigation, an information that has stirred debates all over social media, as Nigerians have voiced out regarding the development.
Nigerians call for all past leaders of Nigeria to be questioned by the EFCC.
Nigerians have gone ahead to demand that Jonathan will not be the only ex-leader of Africa’s largest nation to answer for his time in office.
One Facebook user named Achuson Offor said: “Why not invite Amaechi and Baba Tinubu? Who even the international community had pronounced as most corrupt politicians!”
Wilberforce Captain was unhappy with the development, he said: “We the Niger Delta people do not like any disgrace giving to our Niger Delta son called Jonathan of Africa. For peace to reign or add to the already brewing wahala that is ongoing in the Niger Delta to get worse for Buhari’s govt.
“When will EFCC invite Gov Amaechi and others whose corrupt cases are very visible? When the anti corruption fight is lopsided, the trust is eroded?” asked Gladys Arisa.
Taking it a step further, Andrew Lucky said: “EFCC should invite olusegun obasanjo, abdulsalami abubakar, Abrahim babangida, and others. Not only Jonathan.”
Anyanwu Lilian insinuated that the EFCC,keeps following the directives of PMB in witch-hunting others in this country.
David Ugbe said “After Goodluck who next ? OBJ said Buhari will deal with Goodluck when he assumes office and that is d script he is busy playing. Yet people are dying in hundreds everyday due to hunger and hardship. But we have a president who has traveled almost round d world in one year, flexing wit our money. When shall his EFCC invite his son who was secretly smuggled into CBN pay roll?”
Meanwhile, the Concerned Ijaw Transformation Ambassadors (CITA) has called on Bola Tinubu, Wole Soyinka, Pastor Tunde Bakare, Patrick Obahiagbon, John Oyegun and the Save Nigeria Group to apologize to former president Goodluck Jonathan.
Vanguard reports that the group demanded the apology over the sinister role these prominent Nigerians played when the ex-president announced the removal of fuel subsidy in January 2012.