—Threatens nationwide protest
Oodua Youth Parliament ( OYP) has called on the Managing Director of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mohammed Bello-Koko, to resigned his position within seven days or face mass protest .
Oodua Youth Parliament in a statement signed by its Speaker, Aaree Abdulmojeed Oyeniyi, on Monday, in Osogbo, threatened a nation wide protest if NPA’s MD failed to do the needful.
The group decried corruption, fraud, and money laundering allegedly perpetrated under the watch of Bello-Koko as the Managing Director of Nigeria Port Authority.
The statement titled: “A Call For Resignation of MD Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), Mohammed Bello-Koko” affirmed that Nigerians have been so disappointed by the abused of offiice, and betrayal of what President Muhammad Buhari government stands for.
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“Oodua Youth Parliament having been inundated with reports and complaints of the untold corruption, fraud, and money laundering perpetrated under your watch as the Managing Director of Nigeria Port Authority.
” Also, it was resolved at the last general meeting to call on the MD NIGERIAN PORTS AUTHORITY, Mr. Mohammed Bello-Koko to take the path of honor by resigning from the office.
“The expected resignation is to be effected within 7-WORKING DAYS failure of which national mass actions shall be embarked upon by our members nationwide.
“As a socio-cultural organization with the consciousness of the national polity, we affirmed that Nigerians have been so disappointed by the unprecedented abuse of office, embarrassment, and betrayal of what the government of President Buhari stands for.
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” We believe, the agency is currently in dire need of rescue from the stranglehold of vultures and saboteurs , which would be salvaged by the redemption voice of conscious Nigerians.
” We enjoin well-meaning Nigerians to prevail on Mr Koko to resign now in the interest of peace or risk a national mass actions.”