The Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders, CACOL has described the decision to sell-off National assets by the government as a betrayal of the change that
Nigerians voted in 2015 general elections and totally irresponsible.
The Executive Chairman of CACOL, Mr. Debo Adeniran said “contrary to the desire of the masses for the government to abandon the neo-liberal approach in
handling the National economy, it has chosen to shove down our throats policies that have failed over and over again globally.”
“Clearly, the decision to sell-off the heritage of Nigerians is based on the dictates of the World Bank, IMF and other Brentton Wood institutions. The
decision by the Federal Government, the 36 States Governors and the National Assembly to sell off the heritage of Nigeria hiding under guise of so-called
‘recession’ is prodigal, irresponsible and unacceptable!”