Gololo advised Buhari, Mr President,whom he described as a “gentleman”. To proceed with the reconfiguration of the security architecture of the country.
An All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain, Garus Gololo. Then said National Security Adviser, Babagana Monguno, should be removed.
He also called for the expulsion of Boss Mustapha, Secretary of the Government of the Federation (SGF). And of all members of the Federal Executive Council (FEC).
Gololo made the call in reaction to the nation’s insecurity and the current Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index on Nigeria.
Of the 180 countries worldwide, Nigeria was ranked 149.
Gololo hailed Buhari for eliminating the former military heads at a briefing.
“With Gen. Monguno still the National Security Advisor, the story would still be the same. In order for us to have a clean slate in the scheme, he should be replaced.
However, he is from Borno State with Gen. Yusuf Buratai, North East, where the insurgency of Boko Haram is prevalent, but he was unable to accomplish anything.
The NSA office is purely intended to collect intelligence and also have potential ways to get the nation out of a security quagmire.
Monguno has shown that such smart overtime skills are lacking. Holding him there would weaken the new Service Chiefs’ sincere efforts, he cautioned.
In other words, Gololo advised Buhari, saying that. Mustapha and the ministers should be fired in order to get the country out of corruption and restore international confidence.
President Buhari is a pretty gentleman with a great deal of dignity. But sadly, a clog of sycophants has engulfed himself. Only succeeding in giving the country a bad picture and bringing the President to foreign disrepute.
Gololo complained that ministers were yet to commission projects, but “speak English every Wednesday and take huge allocations to their ministries with nothing to show for it.”
“As for Boss Mustapha is welcome here. I have severally lent my voice to the voices of other Nigerians that he should be probed.
His PTF on COVID-19 is a pack of corruption. The Senate had invited the team to explain how billions of naira allocated to that Task Force within a short time was expended. But the SGF could not give an account.”
Gololo wondered why the SGF was pushing for allocation of more billions of naira.
Noting that the new executive order on COVID-19 was a good thing, he demanded a probe of funds spent on the pandemic “to let the whole world know we are not corrupt as they said”.
Gololo stressed that the two major challenges facing the country were corruption and insecurity and that the President must act urgently to take Nigeria out of the shackles.
The APC chieftain vowed to always speak the truth and guide those in authority in the right direction.
Gololo recalled he and others laboured to form the APC and install the current administration.
Gololo added that he won’t fold his hands and allow those who “lost” their polling units during election derail the ideology of the party and push the name of the country and the President to international disrepute.