A group, Citizens Action for Good Governance and Transparency has said pensioners are the most affected with the suspension of the director general of Pension Transitional Arrangement Directorate (PTAD), Mrs Nellie Mayshak.
The group also expressed concern over what it said is the inability of the government to release the report on the probe of the Suspended PTAD boss.
National Coordinator of the group, Barrister Adeleke Oguntola in a statement yesterday said that President Buhari government rode to power on the ‘Change Mantra’ and that Nigerians and the international community expect them to do things different from the past regimes where committees were set and no one get to hear about it again.
He decried the continuous refusal by the minister of finance Mrs Kemi Adeosun to make public the outcome of the Committee set seven months ago to probe the suspended DG of PTAD over alleged mismanagement of funds.
According to him, the suspension which was a normal civil service procedure was to pave way for an unimpeded investigation but where such investigative reported is treated in secrecy cannot be accepted because the public need to know the findings of the committe.