The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, says the Nigeria Government isn’t keen on naming and disgracing patrons of psychological warfare.
Adesina, who offered the comment on Monday during a meeting on Channels Television’s Politics Today, expressed that the public authority would prefer to arraign lenders of uprising in court.
“Naming and disgracing won’t be the rationale, dealing with criminals will be it,” he said. “Nigeria isn’t keen on naming and disgracing anyone. Maybe, it needs to deal with them.
“You will see that the United Arab Emirates has given a few names and the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) has responded to that matter, saying that at the appropriate time, this load of individuals will have their dates in court. Have confidence that these individuals will be hauled before equity and equity will have its direction.”
Inquired as to whether the public authority examines suspects before they are made to confront preliminary, the President’s representative answered in the confirmed.
He clarified that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), and other security offices were attempting to get certain proof against the suspects under the steady gaze of their arraignment in court.
“Examinations are going on at various levels; it will be at the level of the EFCC, it will be at the level of the NIA. All the security organizations will be chipping away at it so when those individuals in the long run show up in court, there will be an at first sight argument against them.
“You don’t initially call individuals under the watchful eye of the court and begin searching for proof against them later. No! The cases will be restricted under the watchful eye of they show up in court,” Adesina expressed.
His comments come four months after the Federal Government said it had started profiling for indictment, all around put Nigerians associated to be lenders with illegal intimidation in the country.
On May 7, the AGF and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, uncovered that examinations led set up sensible proof of the inclusion of some exceptionally positioned people, finance managers, and foundations across Nigeria in financing rebellion in the North East.