By OLAYINKA LATONA
LAGOS—Prelate, Methodist Church Nigeria, Dr. Ola Makinde, weekend, called on the Federal Government and National Assembly to take legal action against those found culpable in the fuel subsidy scam investigated by the Ad hoc Committee of the House of Representatives.
Makinde, at a book launch to commemorate the 80th years of Women’s Fellowship in Methodist Church Nigeria at Hoare’s Memorial Methodist Church, Sabo-Yaba, Lagos, said some findings of the House shows criminal acts, looting of the nation’s resources and ineptitude and insensitivity of some Nigerian leaders.
He said the Federal Government should use the opportunity to cleanse the system and ensure that no stone was left unturned in punishing the culprits.
Makinde said: “I call on the Federal Government and National Assembly to ensure that the law takes its course. There should be no sacred cow.”
He commend the Farouk Lawan-led Ad-hoc Committee of the House of Representatives for carrying out the probe on fuel subsidy fund and having the courage to make such report public.