Campaign for Democracy (CD) yesterday urged the President- elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, to set-up high-powered government machinery to recover stolen public funds.
The Chairman of CD in Anambra, Comrade Vincent Ezekwueme, who said this in Onitsha, informed that Buhari should consider total removal of fuel subsidy since the common man was not feeling the impact.
His words: “As an anti-corruption crusader all corrupt politicians that may derail your good intention of righting the wrongs of the society must be kept at arm’s length.
“Complete removal of oil (fuel) subsidy and ensuring that all those that embezzled public funds are brought to book, their ill gotten money confiscated.
“Such money will be used to build refineries in the country,’’ he said.
Ezekwueme also urged the president-elect to run an all inclusive government and be magnanimous in victory.
“CD hails the president-elect for his courage; consistence in
standing for the election despite that he had earlier contested the post for three consecutive times.
“While we thank Nigerians for their peaceful conduct before, during and after the elections,’’ he said.
The CD boss appealed to the president-elect to appoint men and women of impeccable integrity into his cabinet if he really wants to make achange in the society.
He, however, appreciated President Goodluck Jonathan for earning international respect and recognition for willingly accepting the people’s wishes and aspirations of majority of Nigerian electorates in the just-concluded election.

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