JMPP Introduces 12 Pillars Of Oaths That Will Kill Corrupt Officials Instantly (Photos)
The Justice Must Prevail Party (JMPP) has revealed 12 pillars of oaths that would kill elected or appointed government officials who steal public money while serving in office on its platform.
The National Chairman of the party, Ambassador Olusegun Ijegbami stated this at a world press conference in Abuja on Thursday.
He explained that evil people who disguise as politicians have hijacked governance through various party platforms, saying that those elected to offices on JMPP would take oaths that have the potency of killing them instantly when they made away with public funds.
“Today in Nigeria, lesbians, ritualists, robbers, kidnappers and the homosexuals have disguised as politicians who have found their way into governance on party platforms.
“Any elected person or appointed official would be administered these 12 oaths and such a person will die instantly for being corrupt in office. ”
In administration of the oath, the Chairman said, such official will stand bare footed without a cap to declare thus: “I call on heaven and earth to bear witness this day before me; heaven give ears as I speak; earth hear the words of my mouth.”
The National Chairman added that JMPP was ready to face 2019 elections despite its late entry into the exercise.
He chided previous governments for not taking immigration issues seriously, saying that JMP led-government would fence the nation to check influx of foreigners into the country.
Former Presidential aspirant in 2015 elections, and pioneer National Chairman of the party, Dr. Sarah Jubril lamented how Nigerian political office holders indulge in unethical practices, saying she resigned her position as party chairman to mentor upcoming politicians.
She said, the party has established its foothold in the six geopolitical zones despite six months of its existence.
As part of the party’s belief in oath taking, the former governor of Anambra state and Chairman of the board of trustees, Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife and other national executives were administered the oaths.