In my recent write-ups I have had to question the suitability of Sunday Dare to occupy the office of the Honourable Minister of Sports of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Some hardline critics have now given up and called me that I was right in my opinion about Sunday Dare.
In several conversations since the news of the news to go to court came from the office of the distinguished legal luminary Wole Olanipekun (SAN) via a letter, it was gathered that our learned SAN had to send by WhatsApp to Oyetunde Aderibigbe’s number after the letter had gained wide currency in both the traditional and social media.
How many times can Sunday Dare go to court to divert attention from the fight against corruption?
Why does Sunday Dare easily get agitated when allegations of corruption are made against his office particularly as it concerns the NFF?
Does Sunday Dare have something to hide?
The Minister should count his predecessors in office since the commencement of the fourth Republic in 1999.
Those managing him should let him know that nobody cows us in sports.
We as stakeholders just noticed that he has changed his lawyers.
He should do a census of court cases within his ministry and stakeholders are ready to add more.
Who is Sunday Dare to be harassing media houses and patriotic Nigerians who have sacrificed so much to expose the corruption in Nigeria football?
He has stirred the hornets’ nest and he should be ready for stakeholders in Nigeria football since his agenda is now very well known to the rest of the world.
A Minister who is worth his salt will move swiftly in the interest of Nigeria to order all those under investigation and prosecution to step aside as public office holders moving forward.
By HARRISON JALLA, President NANF