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Buhari Govt. Writes SERAP, Demands List Of Ex-Govs, Ministers Collecting Life Pensions


SERAP in a statement provided on Sunday described that the letter follows last year’s judgment by Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo, ordering  the federal to challenge the legality of states’ pension laws and recuperate public funds gathered by former governors and ministers.

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The agency had earlier sent out a letter to Mr Abukabar Malami (SAN), the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, asking him to “advise and persuade President Muhammadu Buhari fully enforce the judgment.”

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In his reply dated February 24 which SERAP stated it got March 2, Mr Malami stated: “Kindly describe your letter dated sixth December 2019.

“I am writing to notify your respected organization to provide me with the complete list of the former governors and ministers which are impacted by the judgment by Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo, in order to improve and make compliance with the ruling of the Honourable Court. Please, treat with utmost seriousness.”

In his reaction, the Deputy Director of the group, Mr Kolalwole Oluwadare hopes the judgment will be carried out immediately, for the sake of stability, responsibility and appropriate management of public resources by state governors.

Oluwadare stated: “We welcome your  request for the complete list of former governors and ministers. Any additional hold-up in the enforcement of the judgment will continue to weaken the authority and stability of the Nigerian judiciary.

“Nigerians cannot await you to take legal action to ditch states’ pension laws and completely recuperate the general public funds gathered.



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