Readers say PMB is right in probing GEJ

68% of Pulse Nigeria Poll voters agree that PMB should probe the past regime of GEJ.

President Muhammadu Buhari

A whopping 68% of Pulse Nigeria Poll voters are in total agreement with the moves by the President Muhammadu Buhari led government to probe the immediate past administration of Goodluck Jonathan with a view to recover looted funds by his ministers and other government officials.

The sum put at a staggering $150 billion dollars, according to economists, can turn the fortunes of Nigeria for the better and while some, especially those who have sympathy for GEJ, believe the probe is just a witch-hunt, others still think that the probe should not be limited to just GEJ's regime, as it should be extended to others before him.

On PNP, this poser was up:

How Nigeria voted:

68% - Yes, he should probe them and recover our money

7% - No, it is only a witch hunt

25% - He should probe all past administrations

How would you vote?

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