Basketmouth questions EFCC Chairman Abdulrasheed Bawa about corrupt politicians who are free to roam.

Basketmouth, a Nigerian stand-up comic, has questioned the chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Abdulrasheed Bawa, approximately corrupt politicians who stroll freely.

Basketmouth’s question follows Bawa’s reaction to teens protests in Warri Delta State and Ibadan.

According to information accumulated, the youths in Warri staged their protest due to the fact anti-graft dealers have been arresting a lot of them for reasons unrelated to cybercrime.

They held placards on the Effurun roundabout in the town center, disturbing that the EFCC be abolished. According to the Cable, 3 humans have been allegedly shot useless inside the nation’s Ughelli vicinity whilst security operatives had been called in to repair order. Meanwhile, Ibadan young people accused the anti-graft enterprise of extortion.

In response to the protests, Bawa stated that the organisation will preserve to arrest those who purpose monetary unrest.

Basketmouth supported Bawa’s reaction by means of posting a screenshot of it on his Instagram tale. He did, however, inquire about the organization of folks that cause financial disaster. He said that they’re loose to stroll round Abuja, where the organisation’s headquarters are located.

“Great! This is extraordinary information, and I completely support it; but, what about people who induced the financial disaster: they’re free to roam within the same Abuja. “All I’m announcing is that charity starts at home.”

Basketmouth went on to percentage screenshots of previous information tales in which numerous government bodies have been unable to account for the money in their ownership. The first screenshot reads: NDDC Acting MD Pondei avoids Reps over alleged N39b misuse.

The second screenshot reads: Nigeria’s vp claims $15 billion turned into stolen in an arms procurement scam, and the 1/3 reads: Nigerian snake ate thousands and thousands of naira, clerk claims.

Basket Mouth wrote ironically, “I endorse we construct a few animal prisons, their own is too much.”