LCSG passes vote of confidence on FCTA Permanent Secretary, Adesola Olusade

The League of Civil Society Group (LCSG), has passed a vote of confidence on the permanent secretary of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) Adesola Olusade.

The group, in a statement by Ambassador Mohammed Basah, its National Coordinator, said it came to the decision based on “compelling and conclusive” findings.

“Following a series of allegations of administrative and financial misappropriation made around the media in the past few weeks, LCSG commissioned a comprehensive investigative process to ascertain the veracity of the allegations. After thorough scrutiny, analysis, and interviews with staff of the establishment, our investigation has revealed instances of internal sabotage, collusion, and the propagation of baseless propaganda.

“First and foremost, we discovered clear instances of internal sabotage aimed at undermining the ongoing reforms for effective service delivery and institutionalization of transparent processes in the FCTA. These actions were orchestrated by individuals with vested interests, seeking to distract the leadership of the administration from providing the indigenes and residents of FCT with the desired development that is in tandem with the reality of a 21st-century federal capital.

“Furthermore, the investigative process brought to light a network of individuals engaged in a concerted effort to smear the reputation of the FCTA Permanent Secretary, Mr Adesola Olusade. These individuals are motivated by objectives that directly oppose the foundational principles of public service and accountability.

“The investigation revealed that this group collaborates to concoct fictitious narratives, which they then disseminate through various deceptive online channels, with the deliberate intent of damaging the reputation of the Permanent Secretary.

“Throughout his tenure, he has consistently demonstrated unwavering dedication, professionalism, and an indefatigable commitment to the betterment and advancement of the Federal Capital Territory.

“The LCSG firmly asserts that the allegations levied against him were misguided and ill-conceived, representing a regrettable effort to impede the exceptional work he has undertaken for the benefit of the FCT,” the statement reads in part.