Former Minister of Information and Culture, Prince Tony Momoh, has called for exposure of those who have looted the treasury of Nigeria irrespective of how highly placed or the political parties they belonged to.
Speaking to New Telegraph in an exclusive interview, Momoh, a former chairman of the defunct Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), said exposing past public office holders, including former presidents, who corruptly enriched themselves while in office, would help Nigerians to know where their money went to.
His words: “Those who have stolen should be exposed whether PDP, APC or anybody. But one thing that the president seems to be unwilling to do is to expose those who have been presidents before in this country.
If, for instance, all those people had also been exposed, then Nigerians will know where their money went to. “There is no political party involvement in blowing the whistle. Anybody who knows there is corruption anywhere should blow the whistle. You won’t get canned for blowing the whistle. So, let those who have the names of looters bring them forth and see if they won’t get a commission.”