PDP Asks DSS To Probe Pantami, Seeks Minister’s Sack

 PDP Asks DSS To Probe Pantami, Seeks Minister’s Sack

The People’s Democratic Party on Sunday called on the Department of State Service to immediately invite Communications and Digital Economy Minister Isa Pantami for questioning over his links to the Taliban and al-Qaeda.

The party, in a statement from its national advertising secretary Kola Ologbondian in Abuja, also called on President Major General Muhammadu Bukhari (ret.) To dismiss the minister immediately.

The party said its position was based on concerns about possible compromise by the communications minister in the public arena and in the international arena.

It was noted that Pantami had sensitive government documents and information, in addition to the data of all individuals, high-ranking officials in the public and private sectors, and traditional and belief-based circles.

The statement said in part: “The People’s Party is concerned about public accusations that the minister has compromised the NIN registration exercise by providing space for foreigners and invaders from other countries to be registered as our citizens.

“The party instructs the DSS to investigate the accusation, which has caused fear, especially given the rise of banditry and other terrorist acts in our country.

“The PDP urges Nigerians to be vigilant and very sensitive to the environment, while not hesitating to provide our security agencies with useful information for the benefit of our nation.”

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