President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Special Advisor on Information and Strategy, Bayo Onanuga, has claimed that there are opposition-facing moles in the current administration.

Onanuga expressed concerns about people leaking private papers to the public and stressed the need for the federal government to act quickly to find and remove such people, even though she did not name the offending party.

He emphasised the ongoing investigations into the civil service system that were started at the President’s request to find and dismiss those considered “moles.”

Onanuga expressed shock at a recent purported internal memo leak that suggested President Tinubu approved the N500 million payment for creating a Tripartite Committee. He linked these leaks to the improper release of confidential information.

“This step is crucial in ensuring the security and maintenance of sensitive information,” the presidential aide said.

Onanuga remarked, “What is worrisome is, how come a memo written by SGF to the President bearing the President’s signature leaked out? It means that there are some fifth columnists within the government.”

He further added, “There are so many moles around who are probably doing the bidding of the opposition. They do not respect the civil service rule for handling official secrets.

And it shows that the government should look inwards to probe how memos between officials are getting into the public space. Memos that are supposed to be secret are not supposed to be flying all over the place

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