Chris Steven, Abuja
The group while addressing newsmen in Abuja on Monday expressed support for the ongoing reforms in the oil sector noting that the advent of Kachikwu has cleansed the oil sector of hawks which have over the years held the sector hostage.
Speaking on behalf of the group, its Coordinator, Mallam Ibrahim Abubakar, expressed dismay over the comments credited to the National Leader of All Progressives Congress (APC) who had earlier in the beginning of the administration had advised Nigerians to be patience with the government as it is trying to undo damage caused by the previous administration.
According to him, Nigerians perfectly understand the current situation in the supply and distribution of fuel to reach everyone nothing that this is the major reason why there have not been any form of protest or uprising as was done in the past.
He therefore warned that any attempt to trigger Nigerians to embark on any mass action will be rejected by the Nigerian people without any further delay.
“We are today bewildered at the manner of double talk a revered leader in the calibre of Tinubu could engage himself, not minding his stand and position in the polity.
The group has further accused the APC leader of fronting for sinister interest whose intention is to continue in the mold of the dismantled cabal and continue the looting of the oil sector, at a time when his party is begging for funding to move the party forward.
It has also warned Tinubu to steer clear the petroleum sector as all his actions point to the fact that he intends to discredit the good works of Kachikwu in order to instigate his sack thereby making way for him to plant a stooge to continue in the looting regime as experienced in the previous years.
He said “Kachikwu has brought sanity into the oil sector, which is what is first needed to engineer development in any sector particularly that the present administration inherited a messy economy whose only cell is oil revenue.
Meanwhile the group has declared its support for the ongoing measures to sanitise the oil sector and called on Nigerians to bear with the hardship as according to them it is aimed at producing a solid institution.