The Coalition for Nigeria Movement has asked the federal government to stop extending invitation to state functions to former presidents, Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan.
The group also urged the government to prove they are not colluding with the former presidents by probing national finances from 1999 – 2015.
The group made the call in a statement signed by its convener, Patriot Sabo Odeh.
While commending the President for renaming the Abuja Stadium as MKO Abiola Stadium, It said: “These developments have elated Nigerians across class, ethnic, religious and political divides.”
“It is however alarming that there is a pocket of evil people that are saddened by the very fact that Nigeria’s democracy have survived their repeated assault on it, which has made their intentions to abort two decades of continued democracy to fail serially.
“So toxic is their bad wish for the country that they are unable to hide their disappointment and anger that the country is on the path of thriving in spite of their willful acts of sabotage against the nation.
“To this end, the Coalition for Nigeria Movement hereby presents a 7-point demand to the federal government, which must be met to prove that the present administration is not colluding with Obasanjo and Jonathan to ink the country.
“Our demands are: “That the federal government conduct a comprehensive audit of government funds by probing national finances from 1999 – 2015. This probe should be with a view to unravel the mysteries surrounding the loss of Nigeria’s resources, which has become imperative to unveil the true identities of those who stole Nigeria blind but are today parading as elder statesmen.”
“That the federal government should henceforth not extend any invitation to state functions to any of Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan for using their positions in the past to enrich themselves and families to the detriment of the common masses of our beloved country.