FG Sacks Acting Accountant-General for exposing Buhari’s Govt


Acting Accountant-General has been sacked for exposing Buhari’s Government. The acting Accountant-General of the Federation (AGF), Mr. Chukwuyere N. Anamekwe, has been sacked by the Federal Government. AGF Mr. Okolieaboh Ezeoke Sylvis, a former TSA (Treasury Single Account) Director was appointed to replace him.

Ejes Gist Newspaper learned that the government was not happy with his acceptance that Buhari’s government was borrowing money to pay salaries.

On May 22, Anamekwe was named acting AGF. On June 14, he said the contentious thing about the government borrowing money to pay salaries. Seven days later, he was replaced. The first quarter of 2023 will see Mr. Sylva leave office. According to a source who spoke with The Nation, the Federal Government has started looking for a new AGF.

Mrs. Folasade Yemi-Esan, the Head of the Civil Service of the Federation (HoCSF), has issued a circular to that effect.

The HoCSF instructed permanent secretaries to send information on qualified directors in Grade 17 to her by no later than 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 6, 2022 in a memo titled, “Commencement of the process of appointment of a substantive Accountant-General of the Federation.”

The memo listed the credentials of level 17 officers who were qualified for the job.

“Officers undergoing disciplinary proceedings are excluded from the selection process while those who have attained the position of Substantive Director (Grade 17) on or before January 1, 2020 and are not retiring from the service earlier than December 31, 2024 are eligible to participate.”

Senior government officials were not persuaded to address the claim that they had borrowed money to pay salaries.

The AG-F should be in a better position to clarify it, according to the Ministry of Finance, which directed this reporter to him.

Henshaw Ogubike, a spokesman for the Office of AG-F, stated: “The man who granted the interview is not around for the time being.”

The Ejes Gist Newspaper was informed by a representative of the Debt Management Office (DMO) that “you probably should clarify from the AGF or FMFBNP. Direct deposits of funds from the DMO are made into the FGN’s accounts at the CBN for use in capital projects. As you are aware, the DMO doesn’t distribute money.

“The AG-F is in charge of managing the Federal Republic of Nigeria’s Treasury. According to Nigeria’s federal republic’s constitution, the office holder is frequently chosen by the president of Nigeria for a four-year term.

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