Buhari May Fire 19 Ministers, Heads of MDGs Over False Assets Declaration-See Full List

By Ikenga Chronicles December 13, 2016

The Code of Conduct Bureau(CCB) has disclosed that no fewer than 19 Ministers and Heads of agencies may lose their job soon, over non-compliance with procedure of assets declaration

In a statement issued by the CCB Chairman, Sam Saba, on Tuesday December 13, he maintained that many of the Ministers under President Muhammadu Buhari have so far not honoured invitations to appear before the Bureau to clear their asset declaration claims.

The CCB boss said the bureau has invited some serving ministers and heads of agencies among others over “issues” pertaining to their asset declaration requirements, but most of them have failed to respond.

The asset declaration defaulters, according to CCB include Kemi Adeosun (Finance Minister), Kayode Fayemi (Mine and Solid Minerals), Adebayo Shittu (Minister of Communication), Babatunde Fashola (Minister of Power, Works
and Housing), Ibe Kachikwu (Minister of State Petroleum), Ogbonnaya Onu (Minister of Science and Technology).

Other defaulters are Mike Okiro (Chairman, Police Service Commission), Godwin Emefiele (CBN Governor), Abubakar Bawa Bwari (Minister of State Solid Minerals) and Rotimi Amaechi (Minister of Transport).

Still on the list of defaulters are Aisha Alhassan (Minister Women Affairs and Social Development); Solomon Dalung (Minister of Youths & Sports Development); Udo Udoma (Minister Budget and National Planning); Dan Ali Mansur (Minister of Defence); Ibrahim Usman Jibril (Minister of State, Environment); Suleiman Adamu (Minister of Water Resources and Rural Development), Lai Muhammed (Minister of Information) and Mustapha Baba Shehuri (Minister of State Power).

The CCB said it has also invited Claudius Daramola (Minister of State,Niger Delta Affairs); Hadiza Usman (MD. Nigeria Ports Authority); Ahmed Kuru (MD/CEO AMCON); Isaac Adewole (Minister of Health); Okechukwu Enelamah
(Minister of Trade Investment and Industry) and Geoffrey Onyema (Minister of Foreign Affairs).

“To this end, the Bureau has commenced its 2016 4th Quarter cycle of conference and field verification of assets of top public officers.

More ministers, including the Attorney General of the Federation, had been sent letters of invitation by CCB, and it has not been confirmed if they would honour the invite when it comes to their turn to appear before the Bureau.

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