Obasanjo Is Grandfather Of Corruption - Reps

For depicting the National Assembly as being inhabited by a posse of unarmed thieves, the House of Representatives has lashed out at ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo, calling him the granddad of debasement.
The Reps depicted Obasanjo as the most degenerate Nigerian that ever held an open office, including that he, notwithstanding, considered himself to be the main clean individual.
In particular, the House called Obasanjo the "granddad of defilement" in Nigeria.
It included that a reason Obasanjo could never like the individuals from the National Assembly was the way that they thwarted his third term aspiration in 2007 in the wake of taking his cash and showing it openly to put him to disgrace.

The House blamed Obasanjo for producing through and through falsehoods and wicked insinuations against the National Assembly.
On Wednesday, Obasanjo had assaulted the lawmaking body on a few fronts, including their pay rates/stipends and the charged redirection of voting public ventures.
He had expressed, "Once you are a part, you are co-selected and your mouth is loaded down with rottenness and debasement that you can't quit as you run home with at least N15million in a month for a congressperson and N10m a month for an individual from the House of Representatives. The National Assembly is a cave of debasement by a pack of unarmed burglars.

"On the off chance that the legal is being cleaned, what of the National Assembly, which stinks much more awful than the legal? Spending cushioning must not go unpunished.
"It is a reality, which is a standard and systemic practice. No one ought to pull the fleece over the eyes of Nigerians. Ganging up to scare and debilitate the life of a shriek blower is woeful and undemocratic.''
In any case, talking through its Chairman, Committee on Media and Public Affairs, Mr. Abdulrazak Namdas, the House said Obasanjo initially acquainted debasement with the governing body in 1999 when he felt he should influence officials to have his way on each issue.

On defilement, Namdas noted, "Without a doubt, previous President Obasanjo is justifiably irate with the National Assembly as a foundation, having thwarted his aspiration for a third term in office even subsequent to attempting to degenerate the individuals with a pay off of at any rate N50m each.
"For fear that we overlook, the individual who acquainted defilement with the National Assembly is Chief Olusegun Obasanjo. He birthed the fourth Republic National Assembly with degenerate practices from the very beginning; without a doubt the principal day of the Republic.
"He renumerated the PDP, ANPP and AD officials on their introduction in 1999 to vote against the larger part hopeful of the PDP, (the late) Dr. Chuba Okadigbo. That was the way Senator Evan Enwerem turned into the Senate President.

"Have we overlooked the sacks of cash showed on the floor of the House of Representatives, being influence cash paid by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to some respectable individuals to arraign the Rt. Hon. Speaker, Ghali N'abba?
"Have we overlooked that Chief Olusegun Obasanjo utilized his position as President to coerce agents and contractual workers to construct his presidential library?
"The rundown of his degenerate demonstrations while in office is perpetual. Certainly, he is the best degenerate individual ever to hold office in Nigeria. He remains the granddad of defilement in Nigeria and does not have the ethical power to talk about debasement or mishandle of office in Nigeria as he remains the most degenerate Nigerian on record."

On the assertion of spending cushioning and mishandle of body electorate ventures, Namdas said the previous President, as different Nigerians, ought to welcome the duties of the lawmaking body, which he guaranteed required extra subsidizing.
He clarified, "He guaranteed that the National Assembly's financial plan is high, when by all gauges, the National Assembly is horribly underfunded and is hampered from adequately and genuinely completing its unavoidably appointed capacities."
The House likewise watched that Obasanjo had begun assaulting President Muhammadu Buhari, saying that he was on a commonplace way of ruining any legislature that would not do his offering.

"Tragically that he has begun his extremely commonplace technique for cutting down governments. He did it to Alhaji Shehu Shagari, he did it to Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, he did likewise to Gen. (Ibrahim) Babangida; and he endeavored to cut down (the late) Gen. Sani Abacha before he detained him for injustice.
"He tried wild eyed endeavors to crash the administration of (the late) President Musa Ya'Ardua when he couldn't utilize him. He bolstered President Goodluck Jonathan, however when he declined to take his transcription, he betrayed him.
"He upheld President Buhari, yet since he has detected that Nigeria is having monetary challenges under him, he has jumped to crash his administration."
Calling the previous President a "blackmailer", the House noticed that every one of the issues he raised against Buhari freely could have been talked about secretly with the President since he had liberated access to Buhari.
The Senate on Thursday kept mum on Obasanjo's late verbal assault on the National Assembly.

A few pioneers and individuals from the upper administrative house declined to answer the ex-President.
The Majority Leader, Senator Ali Ndume, who portrayed Obasanjo as a father, said the ex-president would not be occupied with a media war.
He said, "I would prefer not to disagree with my dad. You can't disagree with your dad on the pages of daily papers."
IYC, Mohammed back ex-President
Be that as it may, the Ijaw Youth Council and the convener of the Coalition of Northern Politicians, Academics, Professionals and Businessmen, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, upheld the previous President.

The National Publicity Secretary of the IYC, Eric Omare, in a meeting with one of our journalists, said, "I think Obasanjo just expressed the undeniable and it is estimable. Nigerians are burnt out on Buhari's reasons, while Nigerians are passing on of appetite as a consequence of his poor monetary strategies.''