*Nigerians hail president for allowing case
* Urge President to do same for NJC registrar.
ABUJA-Nigerians all over heave a sigh of relief following the revelation
that dropped board Nominee of the ICPC Miamuna Aliyu would finally be
put on triall this week in Jabi high court Abuja.
Miamuna Aliyu who was a onetime Executive Director of the Aso Saving
and loans and mother of Maryam Sanders the killer Wife of the ex PDP
boss Haliru Bello eldest Son would be facing her day in court in
less than one week after her killer Daughter Maryam Sander had her day
for killing her Husband Bilyarmi Bello over infidelity related
Miamuna Aliyu who was appointed board member by the Buhari
administration despite having corruption issues dangling over her head
until monumental cry by Nigerians forced the Vice President Osibanjo
to drop her name few days to the inauguration of the ICPC board would
be in court but this time not over crime of killing like her daughter
but for stealing government fund running into over 57 million Naira
while holding forte as Executive Director At Aso Savings And Loans in
the Federal Capital Territory.
According to Daily Watch investigations Miamuna Aliyu was said to have
cornered well over 57 million naira been proceeds of Land sold when
she was executive Director of the Aso Savings and loans in Abuja.
In the case to be filed this Week, the dropped ICPC board nominee was
said to have sold three plots of land namely 2432,2433 and 2434 in
Cadastral Zone B 08,Jabi District on behalf of Aso Savings and Loans
for 57 Million Naira and Pocket the proceeds.
As the case lands in court many Nigerians are Spoken to by Daily
Watch seem to be hailing the President for His stand in allowing the
lady Miamuna Aliyu, a nominee of the President to face her trial and
also calling on him to do same for the Registrar of the National
Judicial Council (NJC) and Secretary to the recently created
Committee to Monitor Corruption cases Saleh Garba with a 2 billion
Naira theft case on ground as his been in the two sensitive position
is still a sore point in the President anti-corruption fight.