Nigeria’s former finance minister, Kemi Adeosun, has left the country amidst resignation

Nigeria’s former finance minister, Kemi Adeosun, has left the country, a day after her resignation, sources close to her told  The Starnews on Satur

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Nigeria’s former finance minister, Kemi Adeosun, has left the country, a day after her resignation, sources close to her told  The Starnews on Saturday. Mrs Adeosun the finance minister since November 2015, stepped down from office on Friday after owning up to parading a forged youth service scheme certificate.

President Muhammadu Buhari accepted her resignation on Friday night, after a detailed investigation of how she obtained the fake document and went on to secure plush employments with it, including as head of Nigeria’s finance ministry were made known.

Mrs Adeosun explained in her resignation letter that the  alleged  faking of the NYSC certificate was true, but said she did not know the certificate was forged as she relied on associates who helped obtain it after she returned from the UK. The former minister expressed her gratitude for the honour to serve her country.

Although Nigerians welcomed her resignation, which many even complained was long overdue, they also demanded her immediate prosecution. Some civic groups have already instituted legal action to compel federal authorities to file charges against her.

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