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The latest effort to arrest the ex- governor followed a Supreme Court ruling of November 23, 2012, which dismissed the ex-governor’s appeal to continue to protract his corruption trial by EFCC.

A perceptible federal government should read the writing on the wall by ending this expensive jolly ride and refocusing the nation on the basic issues of security, the right to life and infrastructure. This constitution amendment has only succeeded in driving the country further apart.

According to him, “nobody who is economically disabled will be made to pay the land use charge, it will not put additional burden on the poor and it will not be used in any way to oppress the poor and a good section of the middle class.”