Reno Omokri, the media aide to former President, Goodluck Jonathan, has reacted to the purported resignation of Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun
Commending the move by the minister, the former Presidential aide called on President Buhari to probe the alleged certificate forgery, noting that the matter must not be swept “under the carpet”.
He wrote via his Twitter account “I commend
@HMKemiAdeosun, for resigning. I only wished she had done this earlier. But nevertheless, it took great courage for her to resign. I urge President @MBuhari not to sweep her forgery under the carpet. She must be treated how he treats @OfficialPDPNig members,”.
Meanwhile, Adeosun had come under fire with several Nigerians, particularly on the social media, demanding investigations from the Federal Government into the allegations and calling for her resignation for presenting an alleged forged exemption certificate.
The reports claimed that the finance minister, who did not participate in the one-year national youth service, allegedly forged an Exemption Certificate several years after her graduation.
The certificate, which is dated September 2009, was reportedly signed by an NYSC Director-General, Yusuf Bomoi, who already left the scheme in January 2009.