The Advocacy for Societal Rights Advancement and Development Initiative (ASRADI) has written to President Muhammadu Buhari demanding financial details of his medical treatment.
The group reminded the president that according to the Freedom of Information Act, it is entitled to a response within seven days. Another letter was also sent to the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele, in which the group demanded how much of the country’s foreign currency was released for Buhari’s treatment.
In the letter signed by its Executive Director, Adeolu Oyinloye, the group also wanted Buhari to disclose how much was spent on parking the presidential aircraft at Stansted Airport for the entire 104 days that he was in the UK.
“Who defrayed the parking charges of the aircraft that conveyed you to the United Kingdom? How many crew members accompanied you and the aircraft? For how long were the crew members stationed in the United Kingdom? How much was incurred in allowances for the crew? How much did Read also: 21 Crowned Kings: Olubadan sues Ajimobi it cost to accommodate the crew members in the United Kindgom?
“Kindly furnish us with information on the amount of foreign currency you released so far (cash/ cheque/ bank transfer or any other payment mode) in respect of President Muhammadu Buhari’s medical treatment and aircraft parking fees at Stansted Airport in the United Kingdom.
“As the Freedom of Information Act 2011 prescribed, we expect your reply within seven days of the receipt of this application.” Read also: Woman caught in church stealing
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