Abuja - Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola, has urged
President Muhammadu Buhari to set up a commission of inquiry into crude oil
theft of N5.8 trillion under former president, Goodluck Jonathan's
administration, Information Nigeria reported.
The call was made by Aregbesola after meeting with members
of of the Committee of Defence of Human Rights in Osogbo.
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The group has written a letter expressing that a probe must
be opened on the matter and should be giving to Buhari.
Aregbesola has stated that the stole funds need to be
recovered and Buhari's administration should not over look the matter.
According to Aregbesola, the president would be making a
good example by not overlooking the matter.
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