The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, resigned yesterday, saying in line with the Buhari administration's stance on integrity, it was honourable for her to resign over allegations on her NYSC exemption certificate.
Though internal ministry aides earlier debunked the story, reliable government sources had told Daily Trust that the minister indeed resigned after it became obvious that President Muhammadu Buhari was under pressure to let her off following a report which indicted her over controversies on the certificate.
Here are twelve stories to help you understand the story so far:
BREAKING: Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun resigns
Highlights of Kemi Adeosun activities as Finance Minister
Read Kemi Adeosun's resignation letter
BREAKING: Buhari accepts Kemi Adeosun's resignation
Resignation: Buhari thanks Kemi Adeosun
Kemi Adeosun: Buhari asks Zainab Ahmed to take over Ministry of Finance
Certificate scandal: Finance minister, Adeosun bows out
Kemi Adeosun resignation: People eligible for NYSC exemption certificate
Kemi Adeosun resignation: How to collect your NYSC exemption certificate
NYSC saga: Nigerians react to Adeosun's resignation
Resignation: Why Kemi Adeosun failed to attend FEC meeting
How Kemi Adeosun became minister
Read the original article on Daily Trust.
Adeosun Returns to England
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