‘Saraki’s Trial Is Politically Motivated – Dele Momodu Opens Up On CCT Trial [TWEETS]

‘Saraki’s Trial Is Politically Motivated – Dele Momodu Opens Up On CCT Trial [TWEETS]

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Former presidential candidate and publisher of Ovation International, Dele Momodu who is known for his distinct position and views has expressed his candid thoughts on the ongoing trial of senate president Bukola Saraki.

The renowned journalist took to his Twitter handle @DeleMomodu to express views on the current false asset declaration trial of Nigeria’s Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki who is also a former two-term governor of Kwara State.

Momodu, who says he is not a member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) but that of the National Conscience Party of Nigeria (NCPC) is convinced that Saraki’s trial is politically motivated and a witch hunt and not any kind of anti-corruption fight by the Buhari government.

Read the series of tweets below:

The above tweets were in response to comments by Nigerians on Twitter following a letter he wrote to President Muhammadu Buhari titled: “A Second Desperate Memo to President Buhari “.

In the long letter, published in ThisDay, Momodu who also supported Buhari’s presidential ambition took him down the memory lane of the promises filled period prior to his elections and his eventual triumph which has not measured the expectations of Nigerians .

“You are going to be against corruption is wonderful, it pales into irrelevance and insignificance where hunger, deprivation, poverty, unemployment, poor education, ignorance, diseases, insecurity of lives and properties and other complications are concerned.

“Many people are going to hail you for arresting the thieves but the same people will soon turn around to attack you when they can’t feel the effect of the war positively on their bodies and souls”.

​As part of the letter reads​.

Adding that Buhari will be judged ultimately by the comfort he brings to the people and not the self-immolating pain you inflict on real and imaginary enemies.

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