Read Here and Here) exercise two weeks ago There were indications on Sunday that the Senate Committee on Interior had invited the Minister of Interior, Mr. Abba Moro, and the Comptroller General of the Nigeria Immigration Service’s, Mr. David Parradang, to appear before it on Tuesday (tomorrow) over the NIS tragic recruitment two Saturdays ago.
An aide to the Senate President, said that though there were pressures on his principal from some elders in his state to save Moro, he maintained that Mark would not interfere in the probe process. He said Mark would subject the report of the committee to an extensive debate by the senators before demanding for votes from members to show his neutrality in the entire process. “It is a known fact that the Interior Minister is from the same state with the Senate President but that does not mean he would not perform his legislative duties to Nigerians,” the source said. No fewer than 19 job seekers lost their lives during stampedes that occurred in the various centres for the NIS recruitment across the country. I sure hope something comes out of all this summoning because as far as the public is concerned if adequate steps were taken the people who died wont have died. I pray this man faces the music enough already of public officer holders not been accountable to the public. Abba Moro needs early retirement. Punch News.