Customs Boss Passed Vote Of No Confidence In Buhari – Sen. Marafa

Customs Boss Passed Vote Of No Confidence In Buhari – Sen. Marafa

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Added by November 6, 2017

Senator Kabiru Marafa (APC-Zamfara) has slammed the Comptroller General of Customs, Hammed Ali, for passing a ”vote of no confidence” in the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.

Ali had said the change agenda of Buhari’s administration has been derailed because it had not kept to its promises.

Ali said this at the unveiling of an ultra-modern Buhari Support Organisation (BSO) office complex in Jabi, Abuja.

And speaking to newsmen on Saturday, Marafa alleged that the Customs boss did not influence up to 100 votes for Buhari in the 2015 election.

He said: ”When he talked about derailing, to me, if actually he believed in what he said, he should resign. He should resign because what he did was like passing a vote of no confidence in a government in which he is serving.

​”​He is part of the derailment because the position the President gave him is not befitting him. What was his contribution?

”He said 50 per cent of the people who formed the government are from the PDP. If I was there, I would have asked him to expatiate. Is he talking of the PDP members who left the party and joined the APC to secure its victory or is he talking of the PDP as it is today​.

”​If he is talking of the people who left the PDP to join the APC, with all sense of responsibility, I think it is politically irresponsible to say that because these were the people who joined hands with the APC to bring about this government.”

 

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