It is an inescapable fact that the anti corruption agencies since the coming on board of the President Buhari administration has woken up from its slumber of the years when stealing was not corruption and we are all witnesses to change that is being experienced in our public life, now that stealing is corruption as enshrined in our constitution.
it is also a fact that according to our constitution, certain category of public officials are immuned from prosecution while in office and they include the President, Vice President, Governors and deputy Governors.
Thus, we all recognize and accept the fact that these category of persons have immunity, but to transfer this immunity to their properties or holdings or bank accounts is what one has been unable to identify where it is stated in the constitution.
So, if some Nigerians are toeing the line of Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state in crying wolf over the freezing of his personal bank account and not the Ekiti state government bank account as a result of investigation of irregularities and suspicious transactions by the EFCC as empowered by the Act establishing the commission, may one use this medium to advise the Ekiti state governor to quickly approach the courts and seek the interpretation of the law on the difference between immunity for the governor and his personal bank account which has been frozen by the anti graft body.
Governor Ayodele Fayose,over to you to do the needful, because cheap blackmail wont help your cause.