Human Rights legal counselor, Olisa Agbakoba has recorded a Suit to stop portion of open assets to delegated and untouchable Local Government Councils, running into Trillions of Naira.
Naija News comprehends that Agbakoba noticed that the premise of the Case is that Section 7(1) of the 1999 Constitution ensures an arrangement of equitably chosen Government Councils. Be that as it may, said Local Government Councils in Nigeria are never chosen and are unlawful.
Agbakoba said that the assignment of open assets to neighborhood government is an infringement of the Constitution, as there is conspiracy with State Governments in the utilization of trillions of Naira of Public Funds, PM News reports.
He additionally ascribed the far reaching of defilement in Nigeria to selected people that are not responsible to the electorate accepting trillions of Naira of Public Funds.
While backing up Agbakoba's case, the Nigerian Finance Intelligence Unit (NFIU), has set up rules gone for guiding State Governors and Local Governments to pursue the Constitution with respect to dispensing of Local Government reserves; this comes notwithstanding the central government's disavowal of the case.