|A pro-democracy organisation, Campaign for Dignity in Governance (CDG), has said that the performance of Minister of Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), in office has passed dignity test again for the last quarter of the year 2019 under review.
A statement from the group’s President, Comrade Razaq Olokoba said his organization has subjected Fashola’s performance to integrity test and he has passed, disclosing that, “the exercise is a periodic event carried out throughout the year.”
Recall that the group, in its assessment early this year has given the super Minister a pass mark based on his superlative exploits as Minister of Works, Power and Housing and therefore thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for returning Fashola to office as part of his winning team assuring him that, he (Fashola) would not disappoint him (Buhari).
The group also lauding him also for ignoring the critics who never wanted Fashola back into the cabinet.
“The glorious achievement on the brand new road networks across the country, praised by everybody including the opposition, 2nd Niger Bridge, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway are good examples of Fahola’s continuous achievements in office,” the statement asserted.
While reminding that, Fashola has revived National Housing Programme that was abandoned 34 years ago with mortgage scheme that would guarantee affordable shelter for Nigerians, the CDG further praised Buhari for ignoring the antics of suspected paid agent of the fifth columnist and a member of Pull Down Buhari Movement (PDBM), by returning Fashola to office.
The CDG therefore further urged the President to continue ignoring detractors and their likes whose trademarks are destabilization agenda just as it warned the suspected detractors to desist from acting as salaried agents and commissioned personnel of the Anti-people and anti-good governance agents.