Following allegations that President Buhari is a major stakeholder in telecommunication giants, Etisalat and Keystone Bank, Senator Shehu Sani has challenged both companies to publish a list of their shareholders.
Sani, formerly of APC before casting his lot with the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) said that companies should publish the list without any delay.
He took to his Twitter handle to pass this message across, adding that such a move will put an end to the controversy surrounding the two companies and Buhari.
Buba Galadima, a spokesperson for the Atiku Campaign Organisation, had alleged earlier in the week that Buhari’s family members, friends and associates made up the shareholders for both Keystone bank and Etisalat.
“In view of the moral dust raised by the questions on the shares of the two firms now on the scale of integrity, Etisalat & Keystone should publish the full names of their shareholders, to exhale the billows of smoke and clear the dark clouds hanging over the landscape of our nation.” Sani said in a tweet, adding that the gesture would save the President’s integrity.
Senator Sani also said that any Nigerian with evidence on Buhari and his family member’s alleged corrupt dealings should come forward with hard evidence.
“If you have any concrete case of corruption against the ex-VP, forward it to the relevant anti-corruption agency; If you have any concrete case of corruption against the family of Mr. President, forward it to the relevant anti-corruption agency. Else, it’s all about ghosts and shadows.” Sani said